Monthly Archives: July 2014

Question from Docs: They Can Still Sue Me?

This is a question we get every so often from physicians as well as nurses when giving a Sorry Works! presentation for Grand Rounds.  When Oregon recently launched its state-wide disclosure program a physician complained to the state that the … Continue reading

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Disclosure Training Webinar – November 13th – Save the Date

At Sorry Works, we continue to receive a lot of inquiries from hospitals and insurers that need disclosure training for their front-line docs and nurses, but, too often the conversation stops when we hear the following: “Our education budget has been cut … Continue reading

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Disclosure Scenario for Front-Line Docs & Nurses

When I begin Sorry Works! presentations the first Power Point slide has the following scenario for the audience: Mrs. Woods is a 53-year old woman who goes to the hospital for a CT-guided biopsy of the liver.  The test shouldn’t be … Continue reading

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Great post from nurse attorney regarding disclosure, claims managers, and defense attorneys

via ASHRM LinkedIn Group…… Patti Magyar, RN, MSN, JD, Leader in Patient Safety, Risk Management, Professional Coaching, and more at Gallileo Search, LLC Doug, I could not agree more; not all hospitals and even more so, claims representatives and defense … Continue reading

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Learning from GM, and GM Learning from Healthcare

I have been watching with interest the unfolding story of how GM will handle victims and families impacted by their ignition switch problem.  Would GM hide behind bankruptcy laws and litigate, or try to do the right thing?  It appears they … Continue reading

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