MARCH 31, 2015 · 5:15 PM
Ten things you may have missed Saturday from the world of business
“Ten things you may have missed Saturday from the world of business.” Boston Globe, Personal Finance Section, March 29, 2015.
Attached is the Boston Federal Reserve Study which uncovered staggering wealth discrepancies in Boston.
“The Color of Wealth in Boston.” Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, a Joint Publication with Duke University and the New School.
MARCH 16, 2015 · 2:21 PM
The Dispute Over Annual Pelvic Exams
“The Dispute Over Annual Pelvic Exams” The New York Times, July 2, 2014
“In recent years, medical groups and researchers have issued changing and sometimes conflicting recommendations on how often women should get routine mammogram, how often to get pap smears, and now, whether to get an annual pelvic exam.”
MARCH 12, 2015 · 7:12 PM
Investigator Admits Guilt in Hiring of a Hacker
“Investigator Admits Guilt in Hiring of a Hacker” by Matthew Goldstein, New York Times, March 6, 2015
“A private investigator who has done work for small New York city law firms that specialize in personal injury and medical malpractice litigation pleaded guilty on Friday in federal court in Manhattan to one charge of conspiracy in hiring a hacker to help with his investigation.”
MARCH 11, 2015 · 1:54 PM
Audit finds doctors’ criminal cases are underreported
“Audit finds doctors’ criminal cases are underreported” by Liz Kowalczyk, The Boston Globe, July 2, 2014
“The majority of the unreported offenses – 59 – were for driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident, or negligently operating a vehicle. But nine doctors were charged with assault and battery and four with fraud, and other cases involved distributing drugs, malicious destruction of property, threatening a person, and larceny.”