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Frequency and Nature of Communication and Handoff Failures in Medical Malpractice Claims

December 15, 2021

Using Candello data, this study examines the characteristics of malpractice claims which feature miscommunications. READ MORE >

Evidence that Nurses Need to Participate in Diagnosis: Lessons From Malpractice Claims

December 1, 2021

This article, co-authored by Candello's Penny Greenberg, MS, RN, CPPS, uses Candello claims data and concluded that nurses should be involved in the diagnostic process in order to reduce the risk of patient harm. READ MORE >

Expert Consensus on Currently Accepted Measures of Harm

December 1, 2021

This article, co-authored by CRICO President and CEO Mark E. Reynolds and Luke Sato, MD, reported on expert consensus collected to identify key triggers and adverse events that lead to patient harm. READ MORE >

Tackling Ambulatory Safety Risks Through Patient Engagement: What 10,000 Patients and Families Say About Safety-related Knowledge, Behaviors, and Attitudes after Reading Visit Notes

December 1, 2021

This article, co-authored by CRICO's Associate Medical and Clinical Director Pat Folcarelli, RN, PhD, examines the risks in ambulatory care by surveying patients. READ MORE >

Validation of the Trust in the Surgical Decision Scale

November 16, 2021

This article, funded in-part by a CRICO grant, aimed to develop a short measure of trust in the surgical decision making process. READ MORE >

How Reporting Harm Events Early Brings Faster Resolution Lowers Cost and Promotes Healing

November 1, 2021

This white paper, co-authored by Candello, discusses how early reporting of harm events can lead to a shorter case lifecycle and decreased expenses. READ MORE >

Dr. Schaffer Explains How Healthcare Simulation Can Reduce Medical Malpractice Claims on Healthy Simulation

October 19, 2021

CRICO’s Senior Clinical Analytics Specialist Adam Schaffer, MD, MPH spoke with on how simulation in obstetrics and gynecology departments can help to reduce medical malpractice claims rates.



Prediction of Operative Mortality for Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgical Procedures Without Established Risk Scores

September 14, 2021

This study, funded in-part by a CRICO grant, aimed to create models to predict the risk of operative mortality in cardiac surgery.



Prevent, Communicate, Document: Medical Malpractice Data Helps Us Manage Risk

September 1, 2021

Michigan State Medical Center published an article authored by David L. Feldman, MD, MBA, FACS, Chief Medical Officer of The Doctors Company, a Candello partner, featuring insight from Dana Siegal, RN, CPHRM, CPPS, Director of Patient Safety Services for Candello, solutions by CRICO. The article explains how medical malpractice data can be used to manage risk through a three-point model.


Association of Simulation Training with Rates of Medical Malpractice Claims Among Obstetrician–Gynecologists

August 1, 2021

This article published in The Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, authored by CRICO’s Adam C. Schaffer, MD, MPH; Astrid Babayan, PhD; Jonathan S. Einbinder, MD, MPH; and Luke Sato, MD, covers how simulation training in Ob/Gyn departments can help to reduce the rates of malpractice claims against clinicians.



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