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Defendant Perils, Missed Cancers, and more

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Diagnosis, Disclosure + Apology, Education, Primary Care, Other Specialties, Publications

CRICO Insights: August 2018

How to Provide a Bad Consult in Five Easy Steps

 1.

Tell me that the consult is inappropriate and that I shouldn’t be calling you.

 2.

Don’t see the patient when I ask you to.

 3.

Don’t answer the question I asked.

 4.

Do things to the patient without talking to me first.

 5.

Communicate poorly.

Michael Howell, MD, MPH, explores best practices for calling and providing consults: Are You Complicating Your Consults?


 

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August 15, 2018
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