Monthly Archives: August 2012

Draft Legislative Language to Reform State Licensure Boards…

Draft Legislative Language to Reform State Licensure Boards This Spring we launched our effort to reform state licensure boards and the NPDB in light of the growing disclosure movement.  We developed a white paper outlining our thoughts and plan.   We … Continue reading

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Repeating Back During Disclosure Meetings…

Repeating Back During Disclosure Meetings A couple weeks ago I published an e-newsletter concerning the family and patient perspective during disclosure.  I had gotten the idea to write this e-newsletter from a risk manager friend who is really stressing the … Continue reading

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Remember Patient-Family Perspective During Disclosure

IDEA FROM ROAD: Remember Family Perspective with Disclosure I was recently speaking with a risk manager who is launching a disclosure program, and part of her implementation process is getting folks in the organization to remember the family perspective on … Continue reading

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Comment from Road: Disclosure Not Documented!

Comment from Road: Disclosure Not Documented! I was recently giving a Sorry Works! presentation when a nurse in the audience who does legal consulting made the following comment: “I know disclosure is becoming more and more popular.  We are hearing … Continue reading

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