*Indicates High Risk
QUICK VIEW Podcast
December 31, 2014
Social media mis-use by physicians is a new area for intervention by professional health services that were initially founded to help with substance abuse. Increased focus on workplace behavior in an era of team training means that now, inappropriate Facebook postings or texts with sensitive information can also threaten a doctor's professional life. Physician Health Services in Massachusetts shares its experience trying to help clinicians find their way.
To support researchers, authors, and patient safety leaders, CRICO makes available (below) a set of data profiles related to some of the highest risk areas for medical malpractice vulnerability.
These data profiles are a product of CRICO’s Comparative Benchmarking System (CBS), which contains more than 300,000 medical malpractice cases. These cases originate from captive and commercial insurers, and include a variety of academic medical centers and community hospitals.
November 4, 2014
Story-telling, local data, and consequences for staff. These are pieces of the patient safety puzzle that attendees from around the U.S. put together at the CRICO Symposium in 2014 in Boston on changing institutional culture. CRICO helped provide a link to medical malpractice claims.
We protect providers and promote solutions beyond the borders of CRICO through our data-driven approach to claims management and patient safety.
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