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Clinical Guidelines

CRICO has a library of clinical guidelines ranging from Behavioral Health in the ED, to Informed Consent, to EHR Downtime, and Disclosure after an Adverse Event. Each guideline is reviewed every few years and updated with input from a panel of subject matter experts from across the Harvard medical community.

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CRICO Clinical Guidelines

In conjunction with clinical experts from Harvard-affiliated health care organizations, CRICO develops and maintains evidence-based decision support tools for physicians and nurses whose patient encounters align with high-severity malpractice risks.

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OB Guidelines Home Page

The recommendations for practice included in this document were arrived at through careful consideration of the available evidence and should be considered as thoughtful, expert advice. These 2017 Guidelines offer a framework for provision of obstetrical care, rather than an inflexible set of mandates.

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Safety in the ED: Improving the Care of Behavioral Health Patients

At the request of its membership, the AMC PSO convened the Emergency Medicine Behavioral Health Safety Task Force to evaluate best practices and current risks associated with the care of patients with behavioral health crises in the Emergency Department (ED).

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Patient Safety Guidance for the Virtual Visit

At the request of its membership, the AMC PSO convened the Virtual Care Task Force to offer guidance for patient safety experts in their efforts to provide the safest possible care to patients through a virtual platform.

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