Lax oversight favors doctors over patients
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 1, 2008
Doctors keep licenses despite lawsuits, sexual assaults, even patient deaths thanks to Wisconsin's lax system of oversight that favors doctors over patients. A Journal Sentinel review of five years' worth of disciplinary action found that the board is slow to look into complaints, keeps many of its investigations secret and rarely imposes serious discipline, even when patients die.
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