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2019 - Avoiding Medical Malpractice



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Over 250,000 American die every year as a result of medical malpractice, making it the third leading cause of death, according to a 2018 Johns Hopkins study. Each incident of medical malpractice stems from one or more poor decision by healthcare providers. Recent research in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral science shows that the human mind is wired to make many poor decisions in modern healthcare settings, resulting in dangerous judgment errors that scholars term cognitive biases.
Fortunately, this same research shows that medical malpractice is preventable through cutting-edge risk management and decision-making techniques that help us avoid these dangerous judgment errors. Pioneering leaders at all levels of the healthcare hierarchy have been integrating this research into their decision-making processes to avoid medical malpractice. This webinar offers case studies and best practices from these pioneering leaders and provides clear take-always to help you integrate these strategies into your workplace.
Why should you attend this webinar?
Whether a healthcare provider makes the right decision can be a matter of life and death, whether indirectly providing service to patients or behind the scenes. Medical malpractice not only costs lives but also results in devastating lawsuits that can destroy a healthcare practice. Yet the vast majority of healthcare providers do not get training in the field of risk management and decision-making strategies, despite extensive research showing that many lives can be saved with such training. This webinar provides you with the tools not only to manage risks better yourself, but also to teach your colleagues how to do so, as well as integrate cutting-edge risk management and decision-making techniques into your workplace as part of your standard operating procedures to avoid medical malpractice.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Assess where you can most benefit from improving your ability to avoid medical malpractice by improving decision-making in healthcare settings
Learn best practices and cutting-edge research on avoiding dangerous judgment errors to make the best decisions in healthcare settings
Discover case studies of how pioneering healthcare leaders use the latest techniques to help them make optimal decisions and avoid medical malpractice
Adapt risk management and decision-making strategies from these healthcare leaders into your own toolkit
Empower others in your organization to improve their risk management and decision-making skills around addressing threats and taking advantage of opportunities
Integrating cutting-edge healthcare risk management and decision-making strategies into your organization's standard operating procedures to avoid medical malpractice.
Who can Benefit:
Hospital and nursing home executives, particularly CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CNOs, and CMOs
HR managers and other HR professionals
Managers and supervisors
Internal Auditors
In-house counsel
Compliance officers
Risk managers
Nursing home executives
Physician practice managers
Office managers
Audit Managers
Gleb Tsipursky known as the Disaster Avoidance Expert, Dr. Gleb Tsipursky has over 20 years of experience empowering leaders and organizations to avoid business disasters by addressing potential threats, maximizing unexpected opportunities, and resolving persistent personnel problems.
Contact Info:
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Phone: +1 717-208-8666

Last modified: 2019-06-06 16:43:57