1 Replies |Report This| Share this:Medical Malpractice: State by StateIf you're looking for a doctor of any kind, you might want to check out this website: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.reportingonhealth.org/blogs/doctors-behaving-badly-medical-boards-should-drop-stone-tools-join-digital-age#comment-285">http://www.reportingonhealth.org/blogs/doctors-behaving-badly-medical-boards-should-drop-stone-tools-join-digital-age#comment-285</a> <br />Written by investigative health reporter William Heisel, this blog is devoted to: <b>"New Ways to Investigate Untold Health Stories."</b><br /> <br />In "Doctors Behaving Badly," Heisel tells of his year-long odyssey, <b>investigating medical boards — state by state </b><b>— across the country.</b><br /> <br /><b>His research is ongoing</b>, tracking his discoveries on a Google map which shows where he's been, along with the stories of <b>each doctor's malpractice.</b><br /><b></b> <br /><b>The map and the research will be updated weekly?</b><br /><b></b> <br />For anyone who is moving or looking for docs of any kind, this is an invaluable resource for checking <b>a doctor's credentials and claims.</b> <br /> <br />We should all be thankful for William Heisel's diligence.<br /> <br />Phylis Feiner Johnson<br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.epilepsytalk.com">www.epilepsytalk.com</a>
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