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MPL Chronology, EHR Tips, Missed MIs, and more

By Alison Anderson, Katy Schuler, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Communication, Diagnosis, Cures Act: Opening Notes, Emergency Medicine, Informed Consent, Surgery

CRICO Insight: February 2015

Top 5 Feb 2015



Chronology of a Malpractice Case

CRICO does a great job of representing physicians during a malpractice claim, but the legal stages of a trial are very different from the emotional ones. Learn more


Tips When Using EHRs

Systems that don’t “talk” to each other, test results that aren't routed properly, mistakes caused by faulty data entry or copying and pasting...the unintended consequences of EHRs. Learn more



Missed MI Despite Family History

A 42-year-old woman is seen in the ED for chest pain, diagnosed with costochondritis, and discharged home with ibuprofen and follow-up instructions. Learn more



Eyes Wide Open: Lessons from Patient Safety Fellows

In a candid talk, members of the first class of Harvard Medical School Patient Safety and Quality Fellowship program share their new insights. Learn more


Patient Safety Awareness Week:
March 8-14, 2015

Patient safety is your focus every day, but during #psaw2015, you can take a bow and spread the word.Learn more

2015 Patient Safety Symposium

Save the Date or Register:
Friday, June 5
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Revere Hotel,
200 Stuart St., Boston



Technical skill and clinical judgment factors are most prevalent in surgery-related cases.

6,712 cases filed 2009-2013 with surgery as the primary responsible service. A case will often have multiple factors identified.


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February 18, 2015
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