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Opioids, Skipped Test, Wrong Dx, and more...

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Communication, Diagnosis, Electronic Health Records, Primary Care, Informed Consent, Other Specialties, Publications

CRICO Insights: January 2017

Top CRICO Content in 2016

 1.  

My CRICO: My Insurance (face sheets & claims histories)

 2.  

Guidelines: General Informed Consent

 3.  

FAQs: Medical Records

 4.  

Analysis: Malpractice Risks in Communication Failures

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Case Study/Podcast: Missed Steps Delay Breast Diagnosis

What can we provide to help you in 2017?

 

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

Prostate Cancer: Screening & Selected Tx 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... 

  

ARE YOU SAFE?

Does My Patient Understand
Why I Ordered this Test?

The patient skipped a recommended echocardiogram, then died suddenly of heart failure. Read the case and assess your practice... 

CASE STUDY

Opioid Treatment Did Not Consider Overall Med Risks

A 38-year-old woman with a history of suicide attempts and an Ativan prescription, dies of an overdose after being prescribed Oxycodone by a sleep specialist. What went wrong? 

  

PODCAST

No Review of Test Result: Wrong Dx for Years

“My first concerns... were that the patient had multiple providers and whenever we see a patient with multiple providers, you have to worry about care coordination.”  Dr. Berry reviews the case...

 


January 18, 2017
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