Two Minutes: What's the Risk? Jury Expectations and Test Results

Jurors often think that if a physician orders a test, they require the information and care about the results. If a physician later testifies that following up on the test was unnecessary, this can cause a disconnect in the juror's mind.

In “Jury Expectations and Test Results ,” the latest short video (2 minute 13 seconds) on our Risk Resource department’s YouTube channel, Randall A Juip, JD, describes how test follow-up helps demonstrate thoughtful physician care in the context of litigation.