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Apr 29, 2020
The Faintest Ink: Documentation to Defend Quality Patient Care
Carol Murray, RHIA, CPHRM, Senior Patient Safety Risk Manager
Complete and timely documentation of the medical record not only enhances patient care, but it also serves to strengthen your credibility if you are called upon to defend that care.

2019 Annual Report
The 2019 Annual Report showcases how we’re architecting the preeminent organization for service to healthcare with TDC Group. The Group—composed of The Doctors Company, Healthcare Risk Advisors, TDC Specialty Underwriters, and Medical Advantage Group—is defined by our depth of experience, commitment to service, unparalleled product offering, and broad distribution capabilities.

Jun 15, 2020
The Defensible Medical Record
Richard F. Cahill, JD, Vice President and Associate General Counsel
Medical records play a pivotal role in the delivery of healthcare and serve a critical function in routine clinical operations.

Apr 16, 2020
Shoulder Dystocia Documentation: Implementing a Protocol
Pamela Willis, BSN, JD, Patient Safety Risk Manager II
Shoulder dystocia claims have traditionally been among the most problematic to defend.

Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) Certification Program
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Apr 18, 2016
Case Study: Documentation and Scope of Practice Issues
David O. Hester, FASHRM, CPHRM, Director, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management.
Obtaining written and verbal informed consent and patient response to follow-up care are crucial steps to improve patient safety and mitigate risk in your dental practice.