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Diagnosis Errors, Surgery Case Study, and more

By Alison Anderson, Katy Schuler, CRICO

Related to: Ambulatory, Claims, Communication, Diagnosis, Surgery, Teamwork Training

CRICO Insights April 2015

Top 5 April



Helping Providers Help Themselves

How do you protect your personal assets in the event that you are sued? Learn more


Using the Surgical Safety Checklist

Dr. Bill Berry (Ariadne Labs and CRICO), makes the connection between team training, the Surgical Safety Checklist, and patient safety results. Learn more



Results Management

Our AMC PSO reports from the front lines of results management: what are the current risks and what can you do to mitigate them? Learn more



Mistaken Assumptions After Surgical Complication

A patient with diabetes and prostate cancer lost vision in his right eye after extensive bleeding during surgery to remove his left kidney and adrenal gland. Learn more



Unfair, But So What?

Dr. Carla Ford provides clinical insight to a closed MPL case involving delayed diagnosis of breast cancer and a non-compliant patient. Learn more


Earn CME for Our Guidelines

Quiz yourself on our Breast Care Management Algorithm and/or Colorectal Cancer decision support tools.*

2015 Patient Safety Symposium
Putting Culture on Trial:
A Class Action Suit  

Is culture the guilty party
in unsafe care?
June 5, Boston View event page



Case Rate and Outcomes for CRICO Physicians

2,315 cases were closed from 2005–14.
Of those, 1,505 cases involved 2,599 physicians.


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*CRICO/Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity is designed to be suitable for Risk Management study in Massachusetts.

April 15, 2015
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