Monthly Archives: October 2014

“Train the Trainer” Webinar on Disclosure – November 13th –

We are receiving great response for this webinar. This “train the trainer webinar” will be a terrific resource for risk, claims, legal, and medical and nursing leaders who want to learn how to teach disclosure to their colleagues. It’s also … Continue reading

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Sandbagged by Reporter? — Baystate Health Story: Disclosure/Apology Programs & the Media

*** Reminder: Sorry Works! Founder Doug Wojcieszak will be at ASHRM this Sunday through Tuesday at Booth #507, which belongs to our partner The Sullivan Group. Sorry Works! and The Sullivan Group will also be making the Industry Spotlight Presentation … Continue reading

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Sorry Works! at ASHRM — Booth #507 & Industry Spotlight Presentation

Sorry Works! Founder Doug Wojcieszak will be at next week’s ASHRM meeting in Anaheim, CA (October 26th-29th).  Wojcieszak will be at the booth of our partner The Sullivan Group — Booth #507 — Sunday evening and Monday & Tuesday.  Sorry Works! … Continue reading

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Baystate Health Story: Disclosure/Apology Programs & the Media

Below is a story about disclosure at Boston-area hospitals. The reporter interviewed Dr. Evan Benjamin who is the leader of the Baystate Health disclosure program. It’s a pretty good article….Dr. Benjamin said his disclosure program had reviewed 100 cases and … Continue reading

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Risk Manager Remembered Through Donation to Sorry Works!

Sorry Works! was recently contacted by Illinois Risk Management Services (IRMS), which is part of the Illinois Hospital Association. IRMS’ long-time Director of Claims and Risk Management – Mr. Sydney Gross – had passed away, and IRMS wanted to find … Continue reading

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“Train the Trainer” Webinar on Disclosure – November 13th –

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 … Continue reading

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