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- MAR 03, 2014Physicians’ Top Risk Tips Highlight Patient Safety Awareness Week
- FEB 20, 2014American Heart Month Marked by The Doctors Company
- FEB 18, 2014Attorneys Who Attended Legal Summit Provide Valuable Insights for Physicians
- FEB 06, 2014Scholarships Available for 2014 Patient Safety Summer Camps
- JAN 21, 2014Futurist Predicts What to Expect from Integrated Delivery Systems
Misdiagnosis of Women with Heart Disease Can Lead to Malpractice Claims
This infographic shows the liability risks doctors face when treating female heart disease patients, as well as steps that can improve patient safety.
In The Media
- FEB 01, 2014Who Gets Sued When Heart Disease Is Missed?, Family Practice News
Robin Diamond, MSN, JD, RN, senior vice president and chief patient safety officer for The Doctors Company, discusses steps physicians can take to prevent misdiagnosis of heart disease in women and the importance of strong documentation in case of a lawsuit.
- DEC 13, 2013When It Comes to Preserving the Physician-Patient Relationship in a Changing Health Care Landscape, Dr. Anderson is Walking the Walk, Michigan Medicine
Richard E. Anderson, MD, FACP, chairman and CEO of The Doctors Company, discusses significant changes in health care over the past several decades, his transition from medical practice to executive leadership, and the growth of The Doctors Company from a California company to the nation's largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer.
- DEC 10, 2013Six Ways Physicians Can Prevent Patient Injury and Avoid Lawsuits, Medical Economics
Darrell Ranum, JD, CPHRM, vice president of patient safety at The Doctors Company, discusses how adequate follow-up on diagnostic tests and specialist referrals can help prevent patient injury and avoid lawsuits.
- NOV 25, 2013Competition Driving Malpractice Premiums Down, Medical Economics
Rob Francis, chief operating officer of The Doctors Company, discusses the downward trend in medical malpractice insurance rates and the potential for the Affordable Care Act to slow or reverse that trend.