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The Risk Authority-Stanford Holding Free Disclosure Webinar with Three Rock Stars

Last week I was contacted by the good folks at the Risk Authority-Stanford to help promote their upcoming FREE February 26th webinar with three big-time rock stars: Michelle Mello, Dr. Tom Gallagher, and Leilani Schweitzer. You will learn a lot from Michelle, Tom, and Leilani. Here is the link to register for this free webinar, and below is the text from Stanford's marketing materials. Best,

- Doug

Doug Wojcieszak, Founder, Sorry Works, 618-559-8168

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Title: Communication and Resolution Programs: Voices of Experience

Date: Thursday, February 26, 2015

Time: 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time

Duration: 1 hour

Format: Live panel discussion delivered by video webcast with Michelle Mello, Dr. Tom Gallagher, and Leilani Schweitzer

 

Title

Communication and Resolution Programs:

Voices of Experience.

 

Summary

Communication and Resolution Programs (CRPs) promise to reduce liability costs, promote a culture of safety and provide a vehicle for disclosure and healing between providers and patients after a medical error. Over the past decade, several CRPs have been pioneered and studied at leading medical centers.

In this live webcast event, we bring together three leading voices in the field - a health law scholar, a physician and a patient, to discuss:

  • Have CRPs delievered on their promise? What do the data show?
  • What best practices have emerged?
  • What challenges need to be overcome?
  • What resources are available to institutions interested in exploring or strengthening CRPs?

The Risk Authority - Stanford, in partnership with Aon Risk Solutions, Lockton Health Risk Solutions and The Medical Protective Company invite you to participate in this important event and gain insights and solutions into the critical aspects of communication and resolution programs.

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