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Jason Cutright

Jason Cutright

Mr. Jason Michael Cutright has been involved in the medical / surgical field for 20 years. His involvement includes surgery, organ and tissue banking for transplantation and research, national trainer for a private biotechnology company, published peer reviewed scientific publication, academic science.
  • Joined:
    2014-06-27
  • Total Articles:
    5
  • Location:
    United States Of America
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Poor Radiological Interpretation The Most Overlooked Negligence in Medicine

Radiologists have developed a loophole that has shifted their accountability to the treating physician or surgeon. Patients assume their physician or surgeon interprets the MRI, CT scan, X-ray,
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    Jun 28, 2014
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Are Workers Compensation Patients at a Higher Risk For Permanent Nerve Damage?

Unfortunately patients that have experienced work related spinal injuries follow a clinical pathway that is typically longer than the average private practice patient. Numerous scientific publication
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    Jun 28, 2014
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Calculating Future Medical Costs Maximize Your Clients Personal Injury Spine Claim

Future medical cost calculations are a piece of the pie that is repeatedly left out of settlement offers and awarded settlements. The reality is that no one has a crystal ball or the ability to predi
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    Jun 28, 2014
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Does Your Client Have a Legitimate Surgical Medical Malpractice Claim?

Every year there are about 52 million surgeries performed in the United States. Tens of thousands of these surgeries are performed unnecessarily due to several reasons. The average American that
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    Jun 27, 2014
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Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Miracle or Myth for Cash Paying Patients

Advances in spinal surgery have resulted in surgical procedures that are less invasive, less time consuming, and are performed on an outpatient basis. Conventional private third party payers have bal
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