Post-Surgical Management of Antiphospholipid Syndrome Leads to Adverse Outcome
(Claims Corner CME)
Clinical judgement involves a clinician’s utilization of objective and subjective information to arrive at treatment decisions. The way providers process or interpret information, or cognitive bias, can also impact clinical judgment. This program presents a case study that reveals multiple factors which contributed to the patient’s adverse outcome or injury. After reviewing the case details, we will highlight three of those contributing factors that influenced the case.
Jun 17, 2022
RCA2: Panel Report on Improving Root Cause Analyses and Actions to Prevent Harm
James P. Bagian, MD, PE, member of The Doctors Company Board of Governors, co-chaired a panel with the National Patient Safety Foundation to improve how we can learn from adverse events and unsafe conditions and take action to prevent their occurrence in the future.
Jun 09, 2021
Prevent, Communicate, Document: Medical Malpractice Data Help Us Manage Risk
Medical malpractice data provide a rich source of information, offering insights into high-risk specialties, medical conditions, and procedures that result in claims.
The Doctor’s Advocate
Jan 24, 2020
A New Generation of Physicians Matures into Patient Safety Leadership
Now in its tenth year, the Academy for Emerging Leaders in Patient Safety offers a multiday immersive patient safety learning experience for healthcare professionals—all of whom make a commitment to complete at least one project to improve patient safety in the field.
Oct 05, 2017
Resources and guidelines to help physicians when disclosing adverse events and complications.