$340,000 verdict follows Alzheimer's patient's case

February 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Feb2007 Legal Review, p3
The article discusses a court case involving the death of a patient suffering from Alzheimer's disease, which was caused by the hospital staff's negligence.


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