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Surgical Mishap, Outpatient Safety, and more

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Jennifer Rose, CRICO

Related to: Ambulatory, Diagnosis, Electronic Health Records, Insight into Risks of Ambulatory Care, Nursing, Publications, Surgery

CRICO Insights: January 2019

Top 5 Insights Articles from 2018


NP Misses Fatal Illness on Phone with Patient’s Dad


Are You Complicating Your Consults?


ED, Stuck on Wrong Diagnosis, Blamed the Patient


Imagining an EHR that Reduces Clinician Burnout


Doctors Lose Their Own Malpractice Case



Coping with Emotional Demands

Many defendants cite being sued as one of the most stressful event in their lives. The fact that much of the legal process is unfamiliar and out of your control further exacerbates the emotional impact. Learn more about our defendant support.



Mitigating Wrong Level Spine Surgery

What can lead to performance of surgery at the wrong spine level? What can clinicians do to reduce the risk of this happening to their patients? The Spine Surgery Task Force tackled these questions.



Key Areas in Safety and Risk Outside the Hospital

Renowned patient safety researcher—and practicing PCP—David W. Bates, MD, MSc, explores what we do and don’t know about risk in the outpatient setting. Spoiler: EHRs both help and hinder



Wrong Rod Inserted During Surgery

Complications from the patient’s second surgery exposed a mistake in a prior surgery, leading to a settlement against the first surgeon. What went wrong?

January 16, 2019
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