Monthly Archives: October 2015

How to Preview the Disclosure Documentary

Over the last month, we’ve told you all about the new Disclosure Documentary produced by Lawrence and Steve Kraman, and marketed by Sorry Works! A lot of buzz has been generated, and many people are interested in purchasing the film … Continue reading

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Hospital Shares Errors, Apologies with the Public

Recently, I was alerted by a reporter that Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston is now sharing stories of errors and apologies with the public. The hospital is publishing stories and posting them on the Internet for the whole world … Continue reading

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Sorry Works! at ASHRM – Booth 409 – with The Sullivan Group

Sorry Works! Founder Doug Wojcieszak will be at ASHRM this Monday — Booth 409 — with our partners The Sullivan Group.   Sorry Works! and The Sullivan Group will be showcasing our new online course entitled, “Communication and Resolution: Empathy Post-Event.”  Wojcieszak will … Continue reading

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Idaho Hospital Transparent, Apologetic After Child’s Death Due To Medication Errors

According to media reports, seven-month old August Dean Elliott died at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center due to a medication error.  The hospital held a press conference about the death, is investigating the event with the family and their attorney, … Continue reading

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Disclosure Documentary: Informed Consent Trailer & Pricing

The Disclosure Documentary produced by Newport Classic Films and Dr. Steve Kraman and marketed through Sorry Works! is generating A LOT of interest. It’s a terrific movie that really gets people thinking about all of the issues surrounding medical errors … Continue reading

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Sorry Works! Webinar: Starting and Sustaining Your Disclosure Program – Nov 12th, 1pm ET

We all want clinicians to say “sorry” after something goes wrong, and most of us know that “running to the problem” is the best approach ethically and economically. But how do you actually start a disclosure program so that every … Continue reading

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