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MD Burnout, Avoiding MedMal, and more

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Documentation, Emergency Medicine, Primary Care

CRICO Insights: June 2018

Emerging, Evidence-based Risks

CRICO’s data partnerships and patient safety grants identify—and validate—areas of increased risk for patient harm. The results can guide the development of precisely targeted, meaningful patient safety interventions. Among the research published this year:


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Poor communication and teamwork from surgeons linked with increased risk

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Critical variability in emergency general surgery may impact outcomes

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Association between labor and delivery unit census and delays in patient-care decisions

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Gaps in referral management systems

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Medication-related clinical decision support over-rides in the ICU


 

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