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Medical Malpractice: State by State
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phylisfeinerjohnson posted:
If you're looking for a doctor of any kind, you might want to check out this website: http://www.reportingonhealth.org/blogs/doctors-behaving-badly-medical-boards-should-drop-stone-tools-join-digital-age#comment-285
Written by investigative health reporter William Heisel, this blog is devoted to: "New Ways to Investigate Untold Health Stories."

In "Doctors Behaving Badly," Heisel tells of his year-long odyssey, investigating medical boards — state by state — across the country.

His research is ongoing, tracking his discoveries on a Google map which shows where he's been, along with the stories of each doctor's malpractice.

The map and the research will be updated weekly?

For anyone who is moving or looking for docs of any kind, this is an invaluable resource for checking a doctor's credentials and claims.

We should all be thankful for William Heisel's diligence.

Phylis Feiner Johnson
www.epilepsytalk.com
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balmayne responded:
This is a great topic. We all certainly need it. Good doctors are hard to find.


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