« FDA Must Reconsider Plan B Rules For Young Women |
| Suicide Gene? »
March 25, 2009
Waiving Your Right to Review
Yesterday's Talk of the Nation has a panel discussion concerning reviews of doctor performance appearing on websites and some doctors who are asking patients to sign waivers that they will not post items on websites without approval. The brief write-up is below and the podcast is here.
You can find Web reviews of just about anything these days, and some sites are making it easy to find and broadcast and opinions and complaints about doctors — offering no recourse if a doctor is unfairly maligned. Some physicians are asking patients to sign a legal document waiving their right to post an unauthorized online review. Dr. Jeffrey Segal, CEO and founder of Medical Justice, talks about leading the organization that is behind the waiver.
March 25, 2009 | Permalink
TrackBack URL for this entry:
Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Waiving Your Right to Review:
Post a comment