Video Sep 20, 2018

Training New-Hire Physicians on Practice Culture
Daniel Cassavar, MD, president and chief medical officer at ProMedica, explains how ProMedica has been successful in training new-hire physicians on practice culture as well as error prevention and provider burnout, resulting in a 98 percent retention rate.

Best Imaginable Service for Our Members
Providing superior service is more than a best practice for us, it’s at the core of who we are. And according to the exceptional rankings we’ve received across multiple categories of support in our 2019 Member Experience Survey, our members agree.

Dec 01, 2019
Dilaudid-Related Morbidity and Mortality from Respiratory Depression
Howard Marcus, MD, FACP, Chairman, Texas Alliance for Patient Access
Patient safety organizations and the FDA are focusing on ways to reduce patient harm from opioids.

Jan 30, 2020
Doctors: How to Talk to Patients About Nutrition and Diet
Kerin Torpey Bashaw, MPH, RN, Senior Vice President, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management, The Doctors Company
No more powerful an approach exists to preventing or even reversing heart disease than improving lifestyle, especially nutrition and diet. The challenge for physicians is finding an effective way to talk about nutrition with their patients, because the usual admonitions to eat better and exercise often do not work.

Mar 29, 2021
Medical Practice Changes Made During COVID-19 Pandemic Are Here to Stay
David L. Feldman, MD, MBA, FACS, Chief Medical Officer, The Doctors Company, and for the TDC Group of Companies
In sharing their views on what the practice of medicine will look like post-pandemic, a majority of doctors say they will increase their use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and their use of telehealth technology.

Oct 25, 2021
Flu or COVID-19? Convergence of Two Viruses Creates Risk of Diagnostic Errors
Susan Shepard, MSN, CPHRM, Senior Director, Patient Safety and Risk Management Education, The Doctors Company
Understanding the differences between the flu and COVID-19 will help to prevent misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of either disease.

Jun 17, 2022
RCA2: Panel Report on Improving Root Cause Analyses and Actions to Prevent Harm
James P. Bagian, MD, PE, member of The Doctors Company Board of Governors, co-chaired a panel with the National Patient Safety Foundation to improve how we can learn from adverse events and unsafe conditions and take action to prevent their occurrence in the future.

Mar 09, 2018
Nurse Practitioner Closed Claims Study: Top Risks in the Changing Delivery of Primary Care
Our study of nurse practitioner medical malpractice claims, compared against family medicine and internal medicine claims, identifies the top patient safety risks that may lead to adverse events.

Nov 16, 2018
Opioid Addiction in Pregnant Women and Moms: How to Make a Difference
Hannah Snyder, MD, and Christine Pecci, MD
Treating pregnant women and mothers with opioid addiction calls for a well-informed approach to patient safety.