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Saying “My Bad,” Breast Cancer Risks, and more…

By Alison Anderson, Katy Schuler, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Communication, Diagnosis, Disclosure + Apology, Primary Care

CRICO Insights: October 2015

Top 5 Oct 2015 

 

Is "My Bad" Ever a Good Idea?

Could a sincere "my bad" help your long-term relationship with that patient and someday help you avoid an allegation of malpractice?   Perhaps.

  

Navigating Risks in Breast Cancer

A detailed analysis of breast cancer medical malpractice claims identifies the risks and provides insights into potential vulnerabilities for providers and patients. Learn more

  

CASE STUDY

Multiple Missed Steps Delay Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Two years after her initial complaint of a breast lump, a 36-year-old patient with a positive family history of breast cancer was herself diagnosed with metastatic cancer.   Learn more

  

CRICO Data Cited in IOM Diagnosis Report

The IOM endorsed analysis of malpractice claims and cited data from our publication, Malpractice Risks in the Diagnostic Process in its recent examination of diagnostic error. Learn more

 

PODCAST CASE STUDY

How Does a Hospital Make Care Safer for 400,000 Ambulatory Patients?

A blame-free culture is key. But how do you get there? What are the steps and what is the structure?   Learn more

  

DATA SNAPSHOT

Diagnostic "processing" is the most prevalent lapse

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October 16, 2015
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