Psychiatry


Professional Education
Psychiatry: Preventing Adverse Outcomes
The Doctors Company study of closed claims reveals areas of higher risk in outpatient psychiatry practices. Using this as a foundation, the course provides information to evaluate your practice and make changes to improve decisions about treatment, operational processes, reporting, and documentation.
1.5 Credits

Mar 20, 2019
Preview Our Study of Malpractice Claims Involving Children
Darrell Ranum, JD, CPHRM, Vice President, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management
Highlights from our analysis of 1,215 pediatric patient claims filed over a 10-year period.
From The Doctor’s Advocate

Professional Education
Preventing Adverse Outcomes When Treating Children (The Doctor's Advocate CME)
The Doctors Company studied claims filed on behalf of pediatric patients that closed over a 10-year period from 2008 through 2017. You are provided the most common types of claims and includes expert insights into the specific elements that led to patient injury, and risk mitigation strategies.
1.0 Credit

Jul 27, 2018
Distracting Devices in Healthcare: Malpractice Implications
Digital distraction in healthcare is emerging as a great threat to patient safety and physician well-being. Personal electronic devices can create a digital distraction so engaging that it consumes awareness, potentially preventing healthcare providers from focusing on the primary task at hand—caring for and interacting with patients.

Dec 10, 2014
Editorial Comment on Maintenance of Certification
David B. Troxel, MD, Medical Director, Board of Governors
Dr. Troxel suggests ways to restructure the MoC examination process to adapt it to changes in the healthcare delivery system.
From The Doctor’s Advocate

Dec 20, 2013
Interactive Guide to Patient Safety for Office Practices
This interactive guide is designed to help you uncover areas of potential malpractice exposure in your practice.

Apr 23, 2013
Interactive Guide for Hospitals: Clinical Departments: Behavioral Health
The behavioral health department can have areas of potential malpractice exposure, and this guide can help uncover risks.

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