Managing a practice: How to navigate hiring, paying, and terminating employees (2-point CME); Claims by specialty: MPL Association's 2006-2015 national closed claim data; TMLT 2018 scholarship: Winning essay
What it takes to be a TMLT defense attorney
Attorney William Abernethy of Donnell, Abernethy & Kieschnick, PC offers advice to new defense attorneys wo...
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Law enforcement exceptions to HIPAA
If you suspect one of your patients may harm himself or others, can you report your suspicions to the police without violating patient privacy?
Cyber fraud case study: Failure to recognize phishing email
The hospital received an email invoice from the ED group with instructions to send payment to a new account.
TMB clarifies prescribing limits for acute pain
The TMB is trying to clear up confusion about the new 10-day opioid prescribing limit for acute pain.
Scope of practice updates
Updates on scope of practice for physical therapists and CRNAs.
The rise of telemedicine and its use of video conferencing presents a new meaning for "good" bedside manner. Read this presentation to learn special considerations for this new form of patient intera
TMB guidelines for medical spas
With the growing popularity of medical spas comes an increased risk of malpractice lawsuits for physicians who offer medical spa services within their practices.
Reporter Q3 2019
Tracking patient follow up and diagnostic test results (CME); 2018 Risk Management trends analysis; Failure to manage risk of shoulder dystocia; Failure to follow up on syncope; Board Election 2020
Texas Prescription Monitoring Program — Mandatory use delayed until March 2020
The requirement for Texas physicians to check the Texas Prescription Monitoring Program before prescribing certain controlled substances has been delayed until March 20.
New opioid prescribing limits take effect September 1
New legislation places a 10-day limit on opioid prescriptions for acute pain.
Tech, Telemedicine, Tomorrow: Answers for health care’s digital trends
Our podcast series explores issues in health care technology from a medical malpractice perspective. Hosted by TMLT Risk Management Representative Anthony Passalacqua.
Reporter 2019 Radiology
Performing an MRI when contraindicated; Guidelines for the release of medical records
Reporter 2019 Orthopedics
Complications from knee replacement surgery; Guidelines for the release of medical records
Promises to keep
TMLT CEO Robert Donohoe on TMLT's 40th anniversary.
Reporter 2019 Gastroenterology
Failure to administer anesthesia and obtain informed consent; Guidelines for the release of medical records
2018 Annual Report - Putting physician needs first
CEO Robert Donohoe describes how TMLT continues to follow the original doctrines created by its founders to put physicians needs and interest first.
Risk alert – Textured breast implants recalled
Allergan announced that they are recalling Biocell textured breast implants from the global market.
Risk alert: Transvaginal mesh products
More on the FDA's announcement to halt sales of transvaginal mesh products
Reporter Quarter 2 2019
From difficult to dangerous: How to handle disruptive patients; How to address ethical misconduct by a colleague or staff member; Improper performance of breast biopsy; Improper prescribing
What we can learn from the Capital One breach
Approximately 100 million people in the U.S. had their personal information obtained by a software engineer who gained unauthorized access to Capital One credit card applications and customer data.
Statute of limitations in Texas