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Case studies and interviews are aligned with clinical specialties and high risk areas identified in the Harvard system.

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New Guidelines, Find Joy in Patient Care, & more
By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Insight February 2018: New Guidelines, Finding Joy in Patient Care, and more...

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Podcast Tips
By Tom A. Augello, CRICO

Step-by-step instructions for listening to our podcasts on your phone or tablet.

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CRICO OB Patient Safety Program

FOR OBSTETRICIANS: this voluntary program entitles CRICO-insured providers to remain in a lower premium underwriting specialty category for each year in which they complete specific risk reduction activities.

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Habit Forming
By Jock Hoffman, CRICO

Help patients keep resolutions that will modify health issues that complicate their care.

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Removing Pebbles: Joy as a Cure for Clinician Burnout
By Tom A. Augello, CRICO

Each of the providers at the big, annual IHI quality conference heard a personal message loud and clear above the three-day din: doctors and nurses deserve to have joy in their work. More than that, the happiness of clinicians is essential to good patient care.

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EHR Downtime, Lost Orders, and more
By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Insight January 2018: EHR Downtime, Lost Orders, and more

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CRICO OB Patient Safety Program

FOR CNMs and FAMILY PRACTITIONERS: this voluntary program for CRICO-insured providers with obstetrics privileges rewards risk reduction activities with a malpractice premium discount.


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Covering our Volunteers
By Hermen Yee, Esq, and Caren-Elise Titus, CRICO

If you are a member of the Harvard medical community who has registered with the MA Responds program to volunteer in a declared public health emergency, you may have wondered if you are covered by your CRICO professional liability policies. The good news is that generally you are covered! The only caveat is that some of you need to obtain certain written authorizations from your sponsoring institution.

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Poor Communication of Doctor’s Orders Leads to Preventable Death
By Missy Padoll, CRICO and Tom A. Augello, CRICO

When a speech and swallowing evaluation showed the patient to be at risk for aspiration, the resident documented a plan that the patient be given nothing by mouth. But the NPO order was not entered into the system, a technician attempted to feed him, and he aspirated. This was not communicated to the attending. After transfer to the ICU, he succumbed to additional morbidities, including aspiration pneumonia.

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