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Reporter Quarter 2 2018
Risk management trends analysis; Preparing for office based medical emergencies (CME); How to prepare for a cyber breach; Failure to treat myocardial infarction; Failure to supervise APP
Reporter Quarter 1 2018
Transgender health care (CME); Compassionate health care: 2017 Legislative highlights; Failure to correctly label lab specimens and follow up; Mismanagement of anticoagulant medication
The Reporter Quarter 4 2017
Terminating the patient-physician relationship (2-hour CME); Managing opioids: PIAA claims analysis; Addressing transgender health care disparities; TMLT 2017 scholarship winning essay
The Reporter Quarter 3 2017
Preparing for a deposition; Prescribing issues: Opioids and off-label medications (CME); Overprescribing NSAIDS; Failure to diagnose; Failure to correctly prescribe and instruct in taking medication
New-to-Practice Reporter 2017
Should you Google your patients?; Closed claim study: Patients identified on surgeon's website Combating physician stress and burnout; Social media and cyber risk; Managing difficult patients
The Reporter Quarter 2 2017
Navigating end-of-life communications (CME); 2016 Risk management trends; Failure to monitor patient; Failure to schedule follow-up appointment; Charging your patients for medical record copies
The Reporter Quarter 1 2017
Managing difficult patients; Combating physician stress and burnout (CME); Delay in diagnosing breast cancer; Failure to confirm diagnosis of polycythemia vera
The Reporter Quarter 4 2016
Should you Google your patients?; TMLT's closed claims: Communication errors; TMLT 2016 scholarship winning essay.
The Reporter Quarter 3 2016
Building cultural competency; Treating and accommodating patients under the ADA, part two (CME); Unnecessary surgery; Failure to monitor warfarin prescription; TMLT board election 2017
New-to-Practice Reporter 2016
Failure to properly or timely diagnose septic joint; 10 things that get physicians sued; How to respond to a TMB (or disciplinary) complaint; Six types of liability insurance; Benefits to grow on
The Reporter Quarter 2 2016
2015 risk management trends; Treating and accommodating patients under the Americans with Disabilities Act, part one (CME); Failure to diagnose breast cancer; Failure to use correct surgical hardware
The Reporter Quarter 1 2016
The newest cyber threat: online financial fraud; Managing patient complaints (CME); Failure to perform cesarean delivery; Failure to diagnose melanoma
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 4 2015
TMLT launches Lone Star Alliance to cover out-of-state physicians; Following TMB guidelines for pain management; Risk management: outcomes and trends; Unnecessary surgery; Failure to follow up
The Reporter Volume 3 2015
Emergency care and "willful and wanton" negligence; Beyond EMTALA: physician obligations when on call (CME); Improper performance of epidural steroid injection; Failure to diagnose prostate cancer
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 Volume 1 2015
Claims by specialty: PIAA's 2004-2013 national closed claim data; Online reputation management for physicians (CME activity); TMB Emergency Rule: What does the future hold for Telemedicine?
The Reporter Volume 5 2014
What the new HHS rule means for patients, pathologists, and lab test reports; TMLT's closed claims: An opportunity to learn (CME); Ebola information & resources
The Reporter Volume 4 2014
Have you conducted a risk analysis?; Combating drug diversion (CME); Failure to extract foreign body from patient in timely manner; Failure to monitor prescription side effects
The Reporter Volume 3 2014