Webinars

Is ChatGPT the New Dr. Google? Understanding Risks of Generative AI in Healthcare

Generative artificial intelligence (AI), including large language model chatbots such as ChatGPT, Gemini, or Copilot has exploded in popularity and has the potential to help physicians with administrative tasks, learn about new treatments, explore potential diagnoses for patients, and select appropriate surgery based on patient-specific data. What risks should physicians, administrators, and risk managers be aware of when AI is […]

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Recognizing and Defusing Aggressive Behavior Before Violence Erupts

Harassment and violence in healthcare settings are at epidemic proportions, and the incidents continue to increase. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is considering codifying a federal law that will force healthcare entities to take proactive steps, and states are passing individual statutes that mandate providers receive proper training to minimize the risk. The Centers

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Onboarding Advanced Practice Providers to Enhance Care and Reduce Risk

In today’s rapidly evolving landscape of physician shortages, the role of advanced practice providers (APPs), including nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs), has become increasingly crucial to providing access to medical care. As healthcare organizations continue to integrate APPs into their teams, it’s essential to establish a comprehensive onboarding process. This webinar delves into

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Reducing Obstetrical Harm With Electronic Fetal Monitoring Team Training

The top allegation involved in our obstetrical (OB) malpractice claims is the delay in recognition and treatment of fetal distress. The contributing factors involved in these harm events are problems with safety culture, patient assessment skills, electronic fetal monitoring (EFM) skills and team communication. This webinar discusses how to help your OB team learn, improve and reduce

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Responding Effectively to Harm in Healthcare: New Tools, Resources and Learning Opportunities

Programs for responding to harm events in healthcare, often known as Communication and Resolution Programs (CRPs), are being rapidly adopted in multiple care settings. Yet it can be challenging to implement a CRP in an effective and highly reliable way. In this webinar, Dr. Tom Gallagher discusses the fundamental elements of a highly reliable CRP,

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Preventing Injury Due to Unsafe Wandering and Elopement

Wandering is a common symptom that often develops in patients with dementia and can lead to elopement, which can be dangerous for those with cognitive and mobility deficits. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates 1 in 6 persons with dementia wanders. Join us to hear from a senior risk consultant and life safety expert about how to respond to

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