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What if we could talk about medical mistakes without fear of judgment or punishment?
When the unthinkable happens, having a plan that you have practiced regularly can make all the difference.
Reducing errors in care requires establishing a culture of safety, systematic reporting, consistent follow-up, and sustained commitment.
The Safe Opioids app provides resources and tools to help clinicians safely prescribe opioid medications for pain.
Medical emergencies may not be common in the office setting, but that's precisely why you need to practice your response to them.
Treating every prescription as a new prescription encourages appropriate care, decreases practice costs and reduces medicolegal risks.
You can make things right if you don’t give in to shame, defensiveness and fear.
When patients present with suspicious complaints of pain, these seven steps can help you prevent the misuse of prescription drugs.
With the right features and proper security, your network can improve your practice's efficiency and make your job easier.
If a medical mistake in your practice is worthy of an apology, make sure you offer it skillfully.