Medical Malpractice: Insights & Current Trends For Practices
A large portion of a provider's day is spent managing and mitigating risks. Whether these risks are anticipated or unexpected, they inevitably open your practice up to the potential of medical malpractice claims. These claims could include allegations regarding documentation, informed consent, diagnosis, privacy, confidentiality, patient care, and more.
The best risk management plan for physicians is evidence of good medical care. We’ll take a closer look at the current state of medical malpractice, three significant areas of risks, and effective ways to mitigate those risks.
What's covered in this guide?
Navigating prescription and lab test risks
Electronic Health Record and E-Prescribing systems can help reduce your risks.
Telehealth and virtual care concerns
With telehealth comes the potential for medical malpractice claims.
Documentation and record management risks
EHRs have become the standard for ambulatory physicians.
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According to the United States Food and Drug Administration, approximately 1.3M people are injured as the result of medical errors each year.