Early Intervention After Harm Events: A Better Way Forward

At Constellation, we’re creating a better way forward after harm events—a way that preserves relationships, promotes communication, and ultimately improves everyone’s experience.

Defending Severe Pressure Ulcer Malpractice Claims

Research has shown that not all severe pressure ulcers are preventable. Constellation can help your team manage expectations and provide defense against allegations of improper care.

The X Factor: A Paradigm Shift in Mitigating Severe Pressure Ulcer Malpractice Claims

Evidence suggests there’s an “X factor” (or factors) causing severe pressure ulcer formation. Read about the clinical and malpractice implications.

The Importance of Speaking Up on the Front Lines

Empowering care team members to speak up when something may be wrong is critical. Learn how Constellation can help improve your team’s communication processes.

What We Learn From Obstetrical Malpractice Claims

A review of Constellation malpractice claims reveals that structured communication processes and the right tools can help improve care and mitigate obstetrical-related harm.

How to Protect Your Organization From Excess Malpractice Verdicts

Verdict protection coverage through Constellation’s Excess Judgment Liability protects health care teams from unexpectedly high verdicts and exaggerated settlement demands based on policy limits.

How Early Intervention Helped Shape a Physician’s Career

A physician experienced an adverse outcome after caring for a patient in a busy emergency department. Learn how Constellation’s early intervention program helped him navigate the unexpected event and heal.

How to Assess the Effectiveness of Your Fall Reduction Program

The only way to know if your fall reduction program is effective is to objectively analyze it. Learn how Constellation can help.

Why It’s Important to Perform an Effective Post-Fall Investigation

A history of falls is the single best predictor of future falls. After a fall harm event, timely intervention and investigation are crucial.