Monthly Archives: December 2016

Not Your Average Holiday E-Mail Wish

We all get them…the holiday email wishes that we delete just as quickly as we throw away season’s greetings cards that are mailed to us. Well, over the last two years I believe I have written some pretty good holiday messages.  Two … Continue reading

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OB-GYNs Support Disclosure…so do PEDS (sorta)

Earlier this month, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, or ACOG, released their formal statement on disclosure, and — wow — I was impressed. What struck me most was the manner in which ACOG asked for hospitals to develop … Continue reading

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Make a Year-End, Tax-Deductible Donation to Sorry Works!

As you make year-end donations to your favorite charities, we ask that you consider putting Sorry Works! on your list. Sorry Works! recently transitioned to a non-profit organization so that we could broaden our mission, including educating the public (patient/families … Continue reading

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Practice Disclosure Cases for Missed Cancer Diagnoses

Two weeks ago we published a column concerning a recent survey that showed that 58 percent to 77 percent of physicians would not fully disclose missed cancer diagnoses to patients/families. See below. Our blog post was widely read, and the … Continue reading

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End-of-Year Funds to Spend? We Can Help!

Got some moolah that is burning a hole in your pocket — literally? Use or lose it by December 31st? That extra cash could help kick-start your efforts to promote disclosure and apology within your organization. Have you always wanted … Continue reading

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White Paper: Sorry Works! Now a Non-Profit Organization

Sorry Works!, the nation’s leading disclosure training & advocacy organization is transitioning to a 501c3 non-profit organization effective December 1, 2016.  There are many reasons for this move, including it will allow us to spend more time educating the public … Continue reading

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