Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Cross Family Disclosure Story — Teachable Moments

I have a story to share…actually two stories. About a year ago Sorry Works! partnered with The Sullivan Group (TSG), a leading provider of on-line learning courses for healthcare professionals   It’s been a great partnership…last Fall we developed two on-line courses, … Continue reading

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HHS Ruling on NPDB Tells Docs to Be Pro-Active Post-Event

Below is a Medscape article discussing a recent ruling by HHS on NPDB reporting for the Oregon and Massachusetts Apology and Disclosure Programs.  The leaders of the Oregon and Massachusetts programs requested that med-mal cases settled through their systems not be … Continue reading

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Attaching Intestine to Vagina Not Malpractice?

I was recently given a story published in the Herald-Sun Newspaper (of North Carolina) about a lawsuit against Duke University Medical Center and two doctors involving a female patient who had part of her small intestine removed, but instead of … Continue reading

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