Jun 05, 2023
Exclusive Program for Member Practice Managers
Our complimentary program for practice managers is designed for clinical and nonclinical professionals who are new to practice management or seeking a refresher.
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Sep 27, 2018
Medical Office Assessments Uncover Hidden Liability Risks
Susan Shepard, MSN, RN, Senior Director, Patient Safety and Risk Management Education
Findings from more than 400 physician office practice assessments.
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Jun 09, 2021
Telehealth Tune-Up: Preparing for Care After COVID-19
Sue Boisvert, BSN, MHSA, Patient Safety Risk Manager II, The Doctors Company
The pandemic prompted many practices to add telehealth services overnight. If your practice did, now is a good time to review the components of that implementation with these strategies for evaluating five key elements.
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Aug 30, 2021
Patient Relations: Anticipate and Address Challenging Situations
Richard Cahill, JD, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, The Doctors Company
A review of call data revealed that patient relations and patient terminations are the top reasons that members request help from our patient safety risk managers.
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Mar 03, 2021
Continuing Education Courses That Make a Difference
Our complimentary on-demand continuing education courses provide strategies you can use to drive practice improvements.
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Jan 01, 2000
Institute of Medicine Report: A Response
Richard E. Anderson, MD, FACP

A list of the many national and regional medical societies and specialty organizations that endorse or sponsor The Doctors Company.

Mar 12, 2021
Avoid Risks When Treating Stressed Patients During COVID-19
Carol Murray, RHIA, CPHRM, Senior Patient Safety Risk Manager, The Doctors Company, and Jennifer Perla, RN, LPC-S, Care Manager, Medical Advantage Group
While most resources are directed at screening for COVID-19 and treating affected patients, there is another important aspect of the pandemic: the impact on your patients’ mental health. Fear and uncertainty are driving the dramatic increase in stress, anxiety, and depression.

Jan 20, 2021
Implicit Bias Against Obesity: An Opportunity to Improve Patient Safety
Jacqueline Ross, PhD, Coding Director, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management, The Doctors Company
Many patients with obesity delay seeking medical care because of previous negative experiences with healthcare providers.

Jun 15, 2020
Safely Caring for the Hospitalized Patient with Obesity
Paul Nagle, ARM, CPHRM, Director, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management, and Shelley Rizzo, MSN, CPHRM, Senior Patient Safety Risk Manager, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management
Obesity is viewed as a chronic health condition, and patients with obesity pose patient safety issues.