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Prevent, Communicate, Document: Medical Malpractice Data Helps Us Manage Risk

September 1, 2021

Michigan State Medical Center published an article authored by David L. Feldman, MD, MBA, FACS, Chief Medical Officer of The Doctors Company, a Candello partner, featuring insight from Dana Siegal, RN, CPHRM, CPPS, Director of Patient Safety Services for Candello, solutions by CRICO. The article explains how medical malpractice data can be used to manage risk through a three-point model.


Association of Simulation Training with Rates of Medical Malpractice Claims Among Obstetrician–Gynecologists

August 1, 2021

This article published in The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, authored by CRICO’s Adam C. Schaffer, MD, MPH; Astrid Babayan, PhD; Jonathan S. Einbinder, MD, MPH; and Luke Sato, MD, covers how simulation training in Ob/Gyn departments can help to reduce the rates of malpractice claims against clinicians.



Rates and Characteristics of Medical Malpractice Claims Against Hospitalists

July 1, 2021

Members of CRICO’s Patient Safety Department’s Analytics Team, Adam Schaffer, Jonathan Einbinder, Winnie Yu, Astrid Babayan, and Robert Wachter of the University of California, San Francisco (a CRICO Strategies client) collaborated on research focused on the claims risk of hospitalists. READ MORE >

The Medical Liability Environment: Is It Really Any Worse for Hospitalists?

July 1, 2021

This editorial piece covers research on the rate and characteristics of medical malpractice claims among hospitalists authored by members of CRICO’s Patient Safety Department's Analytics Team, Adam Schaffer, Jonathan Einbinder, Winnie Yu, and Astrid Babayan. READ MORE >

Trauma Outcome Predictor: An Artificial Intelligence Interactive Smartphone Tool to Predict Outcomes in Trauma Patients

July 1, 2021

This CRICO-funded study used AI to design and validate a risk calculator for trauma patients. READ MORE >

White Blood Cell and Platelet Dynamics Define Human Inflammatory Recovery

June 23, 2021

This study, funded in-part by a CRICO grant, examined the link between white blood cell count (WBC) and inflammation as a response to trauma, ischemia, and infection.



Surgeons, Go Find a Coach

June 1, 2021

This editorial, citing work funded by CRICO grants, discusses research into surgical coaching and their findings on how it can help to maintain a surgeon’s skills once they have completed training.



The Language of Equity in Digital Health: Prioritizing the Needs of Limited English Proficient Communities in the Patient Portal 2.0

May 1, 2021

This article examines the barriers to providing care to limited English proficient (LEP) patients in digital health, and provides recommendations to overcome such obstacles. READ MORE >

RADAR: A Closed-loop Quality Improvement Initiative Leveraging A Safety Net Model for Incidental Pulmonary Nodule Management

May 1, 2021

This study, funded in part by CRICO grants, assessed whether patients with incidental pulmonary nodules (IPNs) received follow up care in a timely manner by using a quality improvement initiative. READ MORE >

Embedding, aligning and reconstructing clinical notes to explore sepsis

April 14, 2021

This CRICO partially-funded study researched and developed an exploratory analysis tool for exploring sepsis using clinical notes. READ MORE >

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