Risk management trends analysis; CME: Preparing for office-based medical emergencies; How to prepare for a cyber breach; Failure to properly treat myocardial infarction; Failure to supervise advanced practice provider
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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
Risk alert — DEA warns of physician scam
Physicians received a fraudulent questionnaire asking for confidential information.
Risk alert: Transvaginal mesh products
More on the FDA's announcement to halt sales of transvaginal mesh products
De-escalation techniques and resources
Learn how to de-escalate angry patients or diffuse a tense situation in the office.
Good documentation never goes out of style
Times change, but the advice stays the same
Update: New schedule II prescription forms required by June 1
Texas physicians will be required to use new schedule II prescription forms beginning June 1, 2019.
Evaluating and treating the suicidal patient
This article explores the topic of suicide, particularly risk management considerations and legal implications for physicians and health care providers treating potentially suicidal patients.
Reporter Q1 2019
Evaluating & treating the suicidal patient (CME); Dr. Melinda Lopez: On the front lines with human trafficking; Failure to properly evaluate depression; Failure to diagnose coronary artery disease
Reporter Q4 2018
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 winner
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
Nine Things that Get Physicians Sued
This publication will describe 9 common errors that can increase the risk of a malpractice suit, and offer risk management techniques to address these issues.
Reporter 2000 Pediatrics
Closed claim study; Pediatric closed claim trends and risk management issues
Reporter 2000 Internal Medicine
Closed claim study; Internal medicine closed claim trends and risk management issues
Reporter 2003 Emergency Medicine
Emergency medicine issues relevant to risk management; PIAA release
Reporter 2000 Anesthesiology
Failure to monitor, failure to obtain adequate informed consent and failure to be accessible Anesthesiology claim statistics and risk management issues
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 January-February 2010
Integrating patient email into your practice; Risk management for diagnostic radiology and anatomic pathology (CME); Failure to diagnose breast cancer; Failure to appropriately monitor
The Reporter July-August 2009