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MedMal Defendants, Prostate Cancer Screening, and more...

By Alison Anderson, CRICO, Missy Padoll, CRICO, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Communication, Primary Care, Insight into Risks of Ambulatory Care, Medication, Patient Safety Awareness, Publications

CRICO Insights: December 2016

Six Key Safety Principles in Primary Care

 

 1  

Establish and sustain a culture of safety

 2  

Build and support effective teams

 3  

Partner with patients and families in their care

 4  

Ensure closed-loop processes for referrals and tests

 5  

Develop systems for reliable diagnosis and delivery of evidence-based care

 6

Standardize communication among all care providers

Get the details...

 

CRICO WEBINAR | Jan 30 - one hour - starts at 12:15

Prostate Cancer: Screening & Selected Treatment Dilemmas

Each month, our webinar series Mitigating Diagnostic Risks in Primary Care addresses a common diagnostic challenge facing clinicians. Register now to get the latest advice and insights for PCPs...

  

CRICO Defendant Video Series

Regardless of whether or not you’ve been sued, these intimate stories shared by your peers deliver insight and hope.  Hear from your colleagues about their experiences with medmal...

  

Clinical Guidelines for Neonatal Encephalopathy

With an expanding set of patients for whom therapeutic hypothermia may be applicable, the AMC PSO convened a task force to provide consensus-based, literature-supported guidelines to aid clinicians.  Review the guidelines...

  

CASE STUDY

Patient’s Migraine History Biases Diagnosis in ED

Treated and discharged from the ED with a diagnosis of migraine, this patient had an acute event later that same day. What went wrong?

  

PODCAST

Patient Voice: Beth Felt a Lump but the Nurse Didn’t

Beth Pyliotis shares her compelling story of how her breast cancer was diagnosed and treated. How patient and her providers turned it around...


December 14, 2016
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