Hospital Negligence Expert Witnesses
Hospital negligence expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on hospital negligence. The hospital negligence expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Hospitalist, Internal Medicine, Legal Medicine, Medical Devices, and Medical Management.
Timothy Hawkins, FACHE Hospital ExpertsCape Coral , Florida
Medical Management, Medical Devices - Hospital Administration, Hospital Liability, Joint Commission Standards, IRB Institutional Review Board, Medical Devices, daVinci Robot Credentialing, Operating Room, Informed Consent, Negligent Credentialing, Patient Safety, Environment of Care, Hospital Negligence
Mr. Hawkins is an accomplished Hospital Executive with experience in hospital departmental operations and regional healthcare systems. He held the positions of Chief Executive Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer. He is Board Certified in Healthcare Administration, and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Kayur V Patel, MD, MRO, FACP, FACPE, FACHE, FACEPConyers, Georgia
Emergency Medicine, Medical Management - Stroke, Pulmonary Embolism, Hospital Administration, ED Medical Director, Hospital Negligence, Central Line Placement, Heart Attack, Appendicitis, Sepsis, Aneurysm, Blood Clots, Pneumonia, Emergency Medicine Expert Witness, Thoracic Aortic Dissection (TAD), Hospital Standard of Care
Practicing Emergency Department Physician. Trained in both Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine. Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. Highly experienced physician executive, with over 30 years of practical experience. Former Chief Medical Officer of a 278-bed Community Hospital in Terre Haute, former Medical Director for Emergency Medicine and Occupational Health, and current Chief Medical Officer of Proactive MD, which operates clinics for large employers. Frequent speaker on the subject of quality in healthcare. Extensive chart review experience focused on quality and adverse events. Special clinical interest in Pulmonary Embolism and Thrombolytics in an Acute Stroke. Serve as consultant to KEPRO, the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for more than 30 states. Primary responsibility is to review medical records to see whether they meet the Standard of Care. Fellow of the American College of Physicians, American College of Physician Executives, and American College...
Susan A Abookire, BSEE, MD, MPHBoston, Massachusetts
Medical Management, Internal Medicine - Hospital Liability, Hospital Negligence, Hospital Administration, Peer Review, Delayed Diagnosis, Missed Diagnosis, EMTALA, Sepsis, Falls, Sexual Assault, Infection Prevention, Credentialing, Privileging, Anticoagulation, Wrong Site Surgery, Medication Error, Safe Discharge
Award winning and highly experienced patient safety physician executive. 20+ years of Hospital and Health System Administration Experience including Chief Quality Officer for 1,900 bed and 4,000 physician healthcare system. Founder and Former President of Society of Physician Quality Officers. Co-Founder and Senior Advisor: Harvard Medical School Quality and Patient Safety Fellowship. 20+ Years’ experience overseeing quality, patient safety, and developing procedures, policies, clinical guidelines and protocols. National and international teaching experience. Harvard educate and trained. Harvard Faculty. Past Vice-President, Board of Directors, Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Error. Extensive experience in developing programs for hospital quality, patient safety, and peer review and addressing issues such as Joint Commission Standards, Regulatory Quality Requirements, DNV Standards, Credentialing and Privileging, Medical Ethics, Infection Prevent...
Michael Barker, MDKalispell, Montana
Hospitalist - Hospital Medicine, Hospitalist, Medical Malpractice, Adverse Drug Reactions, Chronic Lung Disease (COPD), Cirrhosis, Deep Venous Thrombosis, Dosing Errors, GI Bleed, Hospital Negligence, Hypoglycemia, Kidney Infection, Medication Errors, Overdose, Pancreatitis, Pneumonia, Sepsis
As a full-time hospitalist working at a regional referral hospital, I have extensive experience managing patients with complex disease states. I am current with latest advancements and improvements in care and am focused on optimizing treatment and delivering highest quality of care. By mentoring resident physicians, I have cultivated the ability to communicate complex medical issues clearly and concisely.
Jonathan H Burroughs, MD, MBA, FACHE, FAAPL The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network, Inc.Glen, New Hampshire
Medical Management - Healthcare Administration, Hospital Administration, Hospital Negligence, Medical Staff Affairs, Credentialing/Privileging, Peer Review, Quality & Patient Safety, Physician Performance Management, Physician Contracts
Jon Burroughs, MD, MBA, FACHE, FAAPL is President and CEO of The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network, Inc. and works with some of the nation’s top healthcare consulting organizations to provide ‘best practice’ solutions and training to healthcare organizations throughout the country in the areas of governance, physician–hospital alignment strategies, credentialing, privileging, peer review and performance improvement/patient safety, medical staff development planning, strategic planning, physician performance and behavior management, as well as ways in which physicians and management can work together in new ways to solve quality, safety, operational, and financial challenges through the creation of population health programs and clinically integrated networks. Dr. Burroughs is an expert witness and former Senior Consultant and Director of Education Services for The Greeley Company where he was rated as one of their top healthcare consultants and educators over an eight year pe...
Thomas Bojko, MD, MS, JD, FCLM Hospital ExpertsPort Monmouth, New Jersey
Medical Management, Legal Medicine - Hospital Administration, Hospital Negligence, Joint Commission Standards, Negligent Credentialing, Physician Contracting, Informed Consent, Standards of Care, Patient Transfer, Patient Safety, Pediatric Critical Care, Birth Injury, Hyperbilirubinemia
Thomas Bojko, MD, MS, JD, FCLM has spent over two decades in healthcare where he has held executive leadership positions in both hospital and medical administration. He is an expert in hospital operations, policies and procedures. Dr. Bojko has made many contributions to the administrative, clinical and educational aspects of healthcare and has received numerous awards and recognition for his efforts. He gained national prominence serving as a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Critical Care Executive Committee and as a member of the NACHRI (National Association of Children’s Hospitals) Board of Trustees. In addition, he has authored numerous articles, policy statements and editorials in peer-reviewed journals. He also participated in authoring the American Academy of Pediatrics Policy on Hyperbilirubinemia.
Dinesh John, MD, MMM, FACPJamesville, New York
Hospitalist, Medical Management - hospital negligence, hospital liability, sepsis, infection, internal medicine, medication errors, pneumonia, hypertension, stroke, medical necessity, diabetes, cardiac arrest, chest pain, congestive heart failure, pulmonary embolism, PE, patient handoff, respiratory failure, pressure sores, falls
Award-winning, Board-certified hospitalist in active clinical practice. Former Chief Quality Officer and Assistant Vice-President of Quality at SUNY-Upstate University Healthcare System, with responsibility for overall quality of care and patient safety for a large healthcare organization serving over 1.8 million people in Upstate New York. SUNY Faculty. Experienced public speaker. Holds a Master of Medical Management (MMM) degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Certified Physician Advisor (CHCQM-PHYADV), and Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM).
Daniel C Kazmierski, MDLevittown, New York
Hospitalist, Internal Medicine - Hospital acquired infections, medication errors, patient safety, hospital negligence, hospital complications
• Extensive inpatient and outpatient experience in both hospitalist medicine and primary care with in-depth knowledge of multiple medical sub-specialties • Teacher and mentor to medical residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in the NYU health care system • Current Medical unit director with extensive training and experience in reviewing medical cases and adhering to optimal standard of care • Numerous article publications in peer-reviewed medical journals, lectures and presentations to physician colleagues, and leadership experience
David N Flynn, MD, MBAChapel Hill, North Carolina
Anesthesiology, Medical Management - Hospital Liability, Hospital Negligence, Mortality Prevention, Quality & Patient Safety, Quality Culture, Communication & Handoff Errors, Delayed & Missed Diagnosis, Early Warning Systems, Wrong Site Surgery, Medication Errors, Airway Management, Aspiration, Obstetric Anesthesia, Nerve Injury
David Flynn is a physician leader, anesthesiologist, and Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Dr. Flynn served as the Lead Physician for Mortality Reduction at UNC Medical Center during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading numerous quality initiatives and collaborating with clinicians throughout the hospital to save lives through improved care. Under Dr. Flynn's leadership, risk-adjusted mortality decreased by more than 20% between 2020-21. His team was recognized with the UNC Medical Center Quality and Safety Team Award for 2021 Prior to joining UNC, Dr. Flynn led Perioperative Quality Improvement at Mission Health, a multi-hospital system based in Asheville, NC. Under Dr. Flynn’s leadership, Mission Hospital launched real-time decision support and analytics software that improved clinical care pathway adherence, nearly eliminated antibiotic re-dosing errors, decreased opioid usage, and reduced post-operati...