The average length of time for litigated cases is 5 years, do you have that kind of time?

Healthcare Mediation in Chicago

Healthcare Disputes in Chicago

 

Healthcare Mediation Services: Starting at just $350.00 per hour 

(2 hour session minimum)


Dealing with healthcare issues can be a challenge but you don't have to do it alone. 


Stoute Communications in Chicago offers, healthcare mediation in Chicago to law firms for nursing home and long term care cases. The process includes facilitating conversations surrounding quality of care issues, and other pre-litigated disputes.


According to research published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health , with the  steady rise of healthcare and medical malpractice insurance, there is a growing need for alternative dispute resolution services to resolve healthcare disputes. With the average length of time for litigated cases being 5 years, mediation is a great time savings and cost effective option.


Research assert that mediation boast 75% to 90% success in avoiding litigation which is a cost savings of $50,000 per claim, and 90% satisfaction rates among plaintiffs and defendants.


Type of Cases:


  • Nursing Home & Other Long Term Care Disputes
  • Hospital Disputes
  • Physician Disputes
  • Medical Billing Disputes
  • Insurance Company Disputes


Advantages of Healthcare Mediation:


  • Majority of nursing home cases go to mediation
  • Cost less than litigation 
  • Parties have a place to be heard
  • Great place to negotiate an agreed outcome
  • Parties can communicate directly


Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal: Mediating in the Healthcare System Creative Problem Solving


https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1120&context=drlj


Arbitration and Mediation in the New Healthcare Universe


https://www.healthlawyers.org/Events/Programs/Materials/Documents/PHLI14/ff_benesch_drucker.pdf



Consider mediation for your healthcare disputes and make the final decision.

Consider mediation for your healthcare disputes and make the final decision.