Disclosure and Adverse Events


Professional Education
Prevention of Medical Errors (Florida Practices)
This activity is specific to Florida statutes and reflects regulations effective February 2018. It delves into the prevention of common performance and diagnostic errors including adverse drug events, wrong-patient/wrong-site/wrong-procedure, unintended retention of foreign objects, surgery complications, and sepsis. It also covers conditions related to respiratory, ob/gyn, cardiology, and cancer.
2.0 Credits

Apr 25, 2018
Communication and Resolution Programs Improve Patient Safety, Mitigate Risk
David B. Troxel, MD, Medical Director
This article discusses the benefits to physicians of using communication and resolution programs (CRPs) within the context of the movement to disclose medical errors.

Oct 05, 2017
Disclosure Resources
Resources and guidelines to help physicians when disclosing adverse events and complications.

Jul 26, 2016
CANDOR Toolkit: Physicians Now Have the Right Tools to Do the Right Thing After an Adverse Event
Robin Diamond, MSN, JD, RN, Senior Vice President of Patient Safety and Risk Management
The Communication and Optimal Resolution (CANDOR) Toolkit helps hospitals and doctors communicate openly and effectively with patients after adverse events.

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