CRICO’s Upcoming Best Medical Practices Course 2023

On November 3, CRICO is hosting a virtual, one-day program to share current best screening practices for the four most common cancers: breast, lung, colon, and prostate. Participants will come out of the course with the latest knowledge in cancer care and innovative tools to prevent delayed or incorrect diagnoses.

  1. Learn the most up-to-date screening practices for breast, lung, colon, and prostate cancers
  2. Hear about strategies to reduce malpractice risk from the perspective of a medical malpractice attorney
  3. Discuss how to best communicate with patients and the importance of documenting conversations during follow-up
  4. Describe current best practices for reviewing screening results, patient follow-up, and giving appropriate referrals to prevent misdiagnosis
  5. Discover new quality improvement initiatives developed by CRICO-insured physicians to optimize follow-up for patients with abnormal test results

The virtual webinar will take place on Wednesday, November 3, from 7:30 a.m.– 4:15 p.m. Click here for more information and to register.

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Colonoscopy turns to tragedy when the patient suffers a heart attack during a routine procedure. Documentation was unclear: Did the patient receive twice the dosage of medication or was it written down twice?

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Breast Cancer Treatment Delayed Due to Diagnostic Error
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A 53-year-old woman experienced a 15-month delay in the treatment of cancer after her biopsy. This case demonstrates the importance of a closed-loop system and ensuring medical records are complete and accurate.

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Watch Your Inbox for Your Insurance Document

In November, you will receive an email from CRICO with a link to your 2024 Confirmation of Coverage (aka Face Sheet). Visit our physician portal to access your current and past documents at any time.
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Understanding Copy & Paste Risks
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Copying and pasting in the EHR can improve efficiency but may bring unintended patient safety risks. This webinar assesses the malpractice risks of copy-pasting and identifies opportunities to improve attendees’ practice.

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