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Our Most Popular Patient Safety Content in 2021, Missed PSA Test Results Case Study, Off-hours and Patient Safety Blog, and More

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Communication, Other Specialties, Patient Safety Awareness, Publications

CRICO Insights: December 2021

Our Most Popular Patient Safety Content in 2021

Here are a few examples of what piqued your interest over the past pandemic year.

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OB Guideline 15: Assessment and Monitoring in Labor and Delivery

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CRICO Operating Room Team Training Collaborative: Closed Loop Communication

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Documentation Dos and Don’ts

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10-fold Dose Error Transferred with Patient, Death Results [Case Study]

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Informed Consent Basics

 

 

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Woman’s Stroke Progressed in ED Without Intervention

Our latest episode of Med Mal Insider examines the case of an 83-year-old woman with a history of multiple stroke risk factors who was brought to the Emergency Department by her daughter. CRICO's VP of Advanced Data Analytics Jonathan Einbinder, MD, weighs in on this missed stroke evaluation and what steps can be taken to avoid similar mistakes. How can we make the ED safer?

 

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Unacknowledged PSA Test Result Delays Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

Two years after an elevated PSA test result went unaddressed for a 57-year-old patient, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. What went wrong?

 

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Illuminating Value: CRICO's Carl Kallenberg Shares the Benefits of Candello Data

CRICO’s Vice President of Claims Carl Kallenberg explains how Candello’s resources help to pull the focus away from memory and intuition towards a more analytical and data-oriented approach when it comes to the lifecycle of medical malpractice claims. Watch the video...

 

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Patient Safety and “Off-hours” Clinical Care

The need for patient safety doesn’t end when the majority of clinical staff go home for the day, and new risks can arise during these “off-hours.” Adam Schaffer, MD, MPH, CRICO's Senior Clinical Analytics Specialist, dives into the data in our latest blog. How can we ensure patients are safe at all times? 


December 15, 2021
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