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UCSD colonoscopies
Why does UCSD sometimes deny the fact that it records videos of colonoscopies?

So it's easier for them to violate the law obliging them to provide medical records to
patients.

Of course they record colonoscopies.  

I remember when they recorded them on VHS videotape.  Now the videos are
recorded digitally.

They admit that they sometimes miss polyps as big as 1 centimeter (about a quarter
of an inch).  

This is not a good thing.  

But some doctors are better than others at noticing cancerous and pre-cancerous
lesions.

The others clearly need more training.  So how do you train them?  You show them
the lesions they missed.  You have them go back and look at the video
UCSD Health System

UCSD lawsuits

UCSD colonoscopies

Blog posts re UCLA

UCLA

UCLA Radiology and
Medical Records

UCLA CareConnect

UCLA Compliance

Dr. Robert Pedowitz
wins $10 million for
retaliation by UCLA for
blowing whistle on
industry payments to
doctors

Dr. Eugene
Washington, dean of
medical school

Dr. Andrew Saxon,
author of paper on
harmlessness of
indoor mold

UCLA conflict of
interest

UCLA Cull case

UCLA culture: contempt
and racism?

UCLA Dermatology

UCLA Patient Advocates

UCLA Patrick Harron to
be arraigned in burning
death in chemistry lab

UCLA contract with
Kaiser for kidney
transplants

UCSF
Filing suit--UC tort claim

"THE REGENTS IS NOT
SUBJECT TO
CLAIM-FILING
PROVISIONS OF THE
TORT CLAIMS ACT
"California Government
Code section 905.6
exempts The Regents of
the University of
California from
claim-filing provisions of
the Tort Claims Act.  A
claimant who wishes to
file suit against The
Regents may serve OGC
as specified in section 1
above."
Filing suit--no UC tort claim
INSTRUCTIONS
(downloaded from UC
website Jan. 8, 2015).