Dec 26, 2018
Mitigating the Risk of Osmotic Demyelination Syndrome
Howard Marcus, MD, FACP
Insights into managing patients with severe hyponatremia.
From The Doctor’s Advocate

Professional Education
Making an Informed Consent an Informed Choice: Training for Healthcare Professionals
This activity, designed for doctors, nurses, and other providers, examines problems with the process of healthcare informed consent. It describes the principles of informed consent and highlights the benefits gained from a good informed consent process.

Professional Education
HIPAA for Managers: The High-Level View
The program explores and defines HIPAA policies and procedures, business associate agreements, security assessment and analysis, training requirements, HIPAA compliance requirements, breach events, and informed consent.

September 15, 2022, Medical Economics
Amplify a Culture of Safety in Your Medical Practice
David Feldman, MD, MBA, FACS, Chief Medical Officer for The Doctors Company and TDC Group, writes in “Medical Economics” on the four founding elements of a safety culture: mutual respect, teamwork, human factors engineering, and cultivation of a just culture.

Oct 02, 2020
Oncology Closed Claims Study
The Doctors Company conducted a review of medical and surgical oncology claims that closed between 2012 and 2018. This study was based on claims and lawsuits filed against the more than 500 oncologists insured by The Doctors Company.

August 07, 2019, Medical Economics
How EHRs Affect Malpractice Suits
This article features findings from The Doctors Company’s Electronic Health Record Closed Claims Study.

Disclosure and Adverse Events
Resources and guidelines to help physicians when disclosing adverse events and complications.

Jun 19, 2016
Disclosure Resources Appendix 2: Disclosure Scenarios
Physicians can use these examples of effective and ineffective disclosures to better communicate adverse events and complications in their office practices.

Professional Education
Saline Overdose Cases
This activity delivers insights from malpractice claims involving severe hyponatremia. The recommendations and strategies outlined here can help physicians avoid adverse outcomes when treating patients with this particularly difficult and complex condition.

November 04, 2020, KevinMD
Interstate Licensure of Telehealth Can Fuel Medical Malpractice Growth
David L. Feldman, MD, MBA, FACS, chief medical officer of The Doctors Company and TDC Group, Remi Stone, JD, regional director of government relations of The Doctors Company, and Chad Anguilm, vice president of Medical Advantage, offer their expert insight on interstate licensure for telehealth.