Or, could you move your hand so I can get a better shot of that incision?
The Globe had a brief this morning about a bill that would allow patients to videotape surgery. It wouldn’t be like dads who stand around waiting to get a shot as the new baby pops out. According to the story:
The measure would let licensed medical videographers record the procedures. They would not have to be in the operating room at the time. A copy of the video would be given to the hospital for its records.
The Boston Public Health Commission tweets: “I feel there is a bigger story behind this.”
Find out what at tomorrow’s public hearing on proposed patient safety bills. Other include:
By Mr. Eldridge, petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1090) of Eldridge and Kocot for legislation to prohibit the participation of health care professionals in the torture and abuse of prisoners [Joint Committee on Public Health].
By Mr. Moore, petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1136) of Moore for legislation to shorten the time period for reporting disciplinary actions taken against physicians [Joint Committee on Public Health].
By Mr. Moore, petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1148) of Moore for legislation to require hospitals to notify patients of physician discipline [Joint Committee on Public Health].