CRICO CRICO home

CRICO MDs ONLY: Register to access your facesheet, and more.

Advanced Search

  • Topic
  • Specialty
  • Content Type

RESET SEARCH CRITERIA
spacer insights-callout-masthead

Also Related

< Back To Patient Safety
0 dislikes

< Hide

Comments For

Defendants Talk, Standard of Care, Case Studies, and more...

0 comments

< Shrink

Add Your Voice

All comments are posted anonymously. Your comment will be attributed to: "Anonymous user."

post comment

Delete

Are you sure you want to delete this comment?

insights-kc-size-masthead

Defendants Talk, Standard of Care, Case Studies, and more...

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Clinical Guidelines, Communication, Diagnosis, Primary Care, Other Specialties, Publications, Surgery

CRICO Insights: February 2017

Top 5 Responsible Services Cited in Malpractice Cases

 1.  

Surgery (includes General Surgery and Surgery Subspecialties)

 2.  

Medicine (includes General Medicine and Medicine Subspecialties)      

 3.  

Nursing

 4.  

OB/Gyn

 5.  

Emergency Medicine

You can get medmal data about your specialty via My CRICO...

N=27,916 cases asserted 2011–2016. Source: Comparative Benchmarking System

 

CRICO WEBINAR | Feb 27 - one hour - starts at 12:15

Colorectal CA Screening: Current Recommendations

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... 

  

What’s It Like to be Sued?

Four physicians open up about the process, their emotions, and the impact of the experience on their relationships with their patients. How do you cope? 

  

ARE YOU SAFE?

Did the Specialist Change the Treatment Plan?

Miscommunication about anticoagulation between a PCP and the patient’s cardiologist led to a stroke and permanent injuries. Read the case and assess your practice... 

CASE STUDY

Device Vendors Distract Surgical Team

Following surgery for rectal prolapse—which involved a malfunctioning stapling device—a 53-year-old male experienced complications and required additional surgery. What went wrong? 

  

PODCAST

Understanding “Standard of Care”

The key question about negligence is whether or not the provider failed to meet the “standard of care.” But how do we know what that standard is?  Dr. Ford and attorney Reardon discuss...

 


February 15, 2017
0 dislikes

< Back To Patient Safety