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What’s My Risk Library
By Lisa D. Ellis, Jock Hoffman

What’s My Risk Library

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3 Ways to Stay Safe from Workplace Violence, Risks in Emergency Medicine, and More
By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Insights April 2021. 3 Ways to Stay Safe from Workplace Violence, Risks in Emergency Medicine, and More

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At the End of Information Blocking, an Opening for Patient Safety
By Jock Hoffman, CRICO

Opening your notes offers the potential to enhance patient safety by linking clinicians and patients between visits–times when ambulatory vulnerabilities often compound.

 

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6 Ways to Increase Patient Safety, Virtual Care Guidelines, Care Disparities Podcast, and More
By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Insights February 2021. 6 Ways to Increase Patient Safety, Virtual Care Guidelines, Care Disparities Podcast, and More

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More Recently Asked Questions
By Jock Hoffman, CRICO

Queries about malpractice and patient safety.

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4 Steps of a Malpractice Suit, Learning from Medication-related Malpractice Cases, 100 Day Mask Challenge, and More
By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Insights February 2021. 4 Steps of a Malpractice Suit, Learning from Medication-related Malpractice Cases, 100 Day Mask Challenge, and More

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Recently Asked Questions
By Jock Hoffman, CRICO

Clinicians express concerns about malpractice and patient safety.

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The Earlier the Better: More MedMal Insurers Offer Real-Time Support After Patient Harm
By Tom A. Augello, CRICO

The goal of these new early resolution and communication programs isn’t just transparency, but early and added involvement from the insurer and the health institution. And it almost doesn’t matter if there was any negligence. It also doesn’t seem to lead to more lawsuits and higher costs.

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Clinicians are Far from Alone During a Lawsuit
By Pamela Gilman, Esq.

The defendant is the single most important witness at trial. In many cases, the outcome of a trial will come down to whether or not the jurors like and trust the defendant. For this reason, defense attorneys and malpractice insurers are offering defendant clinicians more support services to prepare for testimony and cope with stress.

 

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Archive of Retired Publications
By Jennifer Rose, CRICO

Visit this archive of retired Forum, Resource and printed Insight publications. Although these editions are no longer active, you can view many of the older publications or their titles, from this archive listing.

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