The move to electronic medicine; Medical liability update; Failure/delay in diagnosis: Cancer; Botox parties, FDA prescription drug notices, changes in generic drug substitution laws
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EHR Best Practices
TMLT is focused on helping physicians reduce their liability risks as they navigate the world of electronic documentation. Please consider the following to help reduce risk related to EHR systems.
6 Tips to Improve Patient Communication While Using Your EHR
View part three of a three part video series on improving physician/patient interactions.
The Reporter Volume 5 2015
TMLT's 2015 Texas legislative successes; Gaining the best value from your EHR (2.5-hour CME)
The Reporter Volume 2 2015
EHR best practices: complying with new TMB documentation rules: Advanced Practice Providers: Rules, Regulations, and Physician Supervision (CME activity); New telemedicine rules.
The Reporter November-December 2010
Electronic medical records and emerging changes to HIPAA; There is an "e" in medicine (CME); FDA restricts access to diabetes drug rosiglitazone (Avandia)
Reporter 2009 General Surgery
Failure to diagnose complications; PIAA releases general surgery closed claim data; EMR product evaluation tool now available from TMA
Reporter 2009 Pediatrics
Failure to diagnose meningitis; PIAA releases national pediatric closed claim data; EMR product evaluation tool now available from TMA
Reporter 2009 Internal Medicine
Failure to diagnose and treat; PIAA releases internal medicine closed claim data; EMR product evaluation tool now available from TMA
Potential Pitfalls: Risk Management for the EMR
Documentation pitfalls specifically related to electronic medical records (EMRs) and how to avoid them.
The Reporter March-April 2007
EMR risk management; Breast implant surgery; FDA recalls; Dissolute documentation? TMB rewrites rules for medical records (expired CME); TMB process; Failure to timely evaluate; Delay in reporting
The Reporter July-August 2005