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Updated Colorectal Cancer Guidelines, Breast Cancer in under 50s, and More

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Clinical Guidelines, Communication, Primary Care, My Risk, Nursing

CRICO Insights: December 2019

’Tis the Season to Ask Yourself: Are You Safe?

Here are six key safety principles developed by CRICO and its primary care community to help you and your practice avoid med mal risk and keep your patients safe, not only this season, but all year long.

 1

Establish and sustain a culture of safety.

 2

Build and support effective teams.

 3

Partner with patients and families in their care.

 4

Ensure closed-loop processes for referrals and tests.

 5

Develop systems for reliable diagnosis and delivery of evidence-based care.

 6

Standardize communication among all care providers.

Read more in Are You Safe? Overview...


 

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