A bill strongly advocated for by San Francisco Attorney Christopher Dolan to help keep hospital patients safe has been signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown. The law will ensure that patients and health-care providers have full pictures of patients’ care by keeping records of all changes made to patients’ electronic medical records (EMRs). The law also gives patients the right to request access to their EMRs.
A male cyclist was killed this morning in a cycling accident at the intersection of Bryant, Division and 11th Streets.
A 30-year-old San Francisco woman is still hospitalized after an early morning drunk driving crash.
San Francisco police spokesman Albie Esparza told CBS San Francisco that the woman hit multiple parked cars near the intersection of Geary Boulevard and 10th Avenue.
The McMath family, who was never consulted about their eye witness observations or interviewed, and myself as an officer of the court, are deeply offended and, once again, feel betrayed by the medical profession.
People need to be clear what a CDHP report is. It simply states that CHO was in compliance with the “Medicare conditions of participation.”
November 1, 1999San Francisco lawyer Christopher Dolan thinks he is a better advocate for his clients because he is a biker. “It makes me different than another personal injury lawyer,” says Dolan, who owns two BMW bikes and a Honda. “I understand through experience the dynamics of a motorcycle accident or a product defect.”