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Aug 01, 2023
Advanced Practice Clinicians: A Preventive Action and Loss Reduction Guide
Depending on the state, an APC may be permitted to practice autonomously, as part of a collaborative agreement, or under the supervision of a physician. Regardless of an APC’s practice status or employment arrangement, however, all individuals can be held liable for their own acts of negligence. Our preventive action and loss reduction guide can help APCs in every practice environment.

Professional Education
Healthcare AI: Peril or Paradigm?
This program provides nurses with an overview of the range of artificial intelligence models that can potentially be applied in healthcare, examples of regulatory and ethical AI guidance documents, and evidence-based discussions of risks and strategies to address the risks of using AI in healthcare.

TDC Group Convenes Healthcare Leader Summit on COVID-19 Lessons Learned
Renowned experts on COVID-19 will discuss how the pandemic has reshaped the future of medicine and healthcare delivery during a virtual meeting of the nation’s top providers and medical societies hosted by the TDC Group of companies (TDC Group) on February 3.

Jun 17, 2022
Complimentary CME: Delayed Diagnosis of Stroke
Ischemic stroke is the number-one cause of serious harm to patients. Our on-demand activity highlights the importance of recognizing its signs and symptoms.
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Video Oct 05, 2022

Improving Clinical Care Through the Application of Digital Technologies
Dr. Aaron Neinstein, Vice President, Digital Health, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Health, explains how strategic uses of digital technologies enable care model innovations that expand access for patients, relieve administrative burdens, and enable clinicians to practice to the tops of their licenses.

Video Jun 25, 2020

Can AI Help with Mental Health?
How artificial intelligence (AI) can address the burden of untreated mental health issues: Eric Topol, MD, founder and director of The Scripps Research Translational Institute and author of “Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again,” believes the path includes the collection of objective metrics about behavior along with the use of digital avatars.

Video Jun 25, 2020

What Will Healthcare Look Like in 2030?
Eric Topol, MD, founder and director of The Scripps Research Translational Institute and author of “Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again,” is optimistic about the future of healthcare and medicine. He predicts there will be an important impact from artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IOT) and notes that we are already seeing some of those benefits in the world today.

AM Best Affirms The Doctors Company’s ‘A’ Excellent Financial Rating
AM Best has affirmed The Doctors Company's financial strength rating (FSR) of A (Excellent) and its long-term issuer credit rating (ICR) of "a+”. The outlook of these ratings is stable.

Mar 01, 2024
Burnout and Litigation Against Primary Care Providers: Where Do They Overlap?
Jacqueline Ross, RN, PhD, Coding Director, and Robert Morton, MAS, CPPS, CPHRM, ARM, Assistant Vice President, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management, The Doctors Company, Part of TDC Group
Certain trends in primary care suggest potential avenues for investigation into malpractice allegations. These include a worsening shortage of primary care physicians, an association between burnout and patient safety concerns, and the rise in both the number of women physicians and the rate of burnout among women physicians.

Professional Education
Alzheimer's 7: Questions and Answers - What Physicians Ask About Diagnosing and Treating Dementia
This activity consists of eight videos and is the seventh in a series of courses that seek to educate clinicians on standardized screening, evaluation, and disease management of Alzheimer's and related dementia. This course focuses on the common concerns and questions expressed by physicians about dementia and cognitive impairment. This course covers making the initial observation of cognitive decline and beginning a conversation with older adult patients, overcoming common barriers to making a definitive diagnosis of dementia, and managing the ongoing clinical needs of patients experiencing dementia.