Activity

Activity ID

2260

Expires

August 31, 2020

Format Type

Internet

CME Credit

4.5

Fee

$75
CME Provider

Medical Risk Management, Inc.

Description

Although there’s no guarantee that they won’t be sued in today’s environment, physicians can take steps to minimize the risk. By minimizing liability risk, they also take steps to reduce the chance of medical errors, and therefore improve patient safety. As in health care, prevention is preferable to treatment and that’s why this course was developed.

Diplomate Engagement

Correct answers to the post-test

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Commercial Support?
No

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Educational Objectives

Determine whether a set of circumstances would meet the four elements of malpractice
Discuss communication factors that often contribute to medical errors and jeopardize patient safety
Identify the elements of a defensible medical record
Analyze and apply criteria for legitimate informed consent
Identify and avoid risks associated with medical technology and e-mail.

Keywords

Malpractice, Lawsuit, Risk Management, Liability, Informed Consent, E-mail, Patient Safety, Medical Error

Competencies

Interpersonal & Communication Skills, Patient Care & Procedural Skills, Professionalism

CME Credit Type

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

Practice Setting

Inpatient, Outpatient, Rural, Urban, VA/Military

National Quality Strategies and/or Quadruple Aim Care Processes

Communication Skills, Patient Safety/Medical Errors, Professionalism, Physician-Patient Relationship

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