The Healthcare Provider’s Guide to Mitigating Malpractice

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Get lifetime access to the information that you need to protect your license and your livelihood.

What Other Attorneys Won’t Tell You:
  • An inside look of medical malpractice from both sides
  • Evidence based tactics that can be implemented to avoid being sued
  • How to create closure even if admitting fault
  • What questions to ask your insurer to avoid being railroaded
  • A comprehensive plan of action if you are named in a lawsuit or reported to the board

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Why This Course?

Every healthcare provider doesn’t need a lawyer, but all healthcare providers need to understand the legal aspects of healthcare that impede and impact health outcomes, healthcare costs, and lead to increased litigation.

I created this course for all healthcare providers who may work in any type of healthcare setting. Each module is full of vital information that healthcare providers need to protect and preserve their license, livelihood, and decrease liability.

Most healthcare providers have entered into healthcare knowing that they may be sued or reported to the board, but few know what to do to mitigate those risks, decrease their liability, and avoid being sued.

I am here to share with you what I have learned after 13 years of working in healthcare and 7 years of being a health law attorney. When you finish this course you will know how to mitigate risks, decrease potential liability, and create closure to minimize your liability. You will walk away with tools, action items, and a plan to protect what you have worked so hard for.

 


 

Course Content

  •  Module I: Named in Litigation Now What
  •  Module II: Mitigating Medical Liability and Decreasing the Risk of Being Sued
  •  Module III: Creating Closure and Admitting Fault to Reduce Liability Costs

BONUS: One FREE 15-Minute Consultation

Come Learn What Most Attorneys Are Not Going to Tell You

  • An inside look of medical malpractice from both sides
  • Evidence-based tactics that can be implemented to avoid being sued
  • How to create closure even if admitting fault
  • What questions to ask your insurer to avoid being railroaded
  • A comprehensive plan of action if you are named in a lawsuit or reported to the board

Curriculum

Welcome

  • Greeting and Intro

Named in Litigation Now What

  • Intro
  • Who to Call First
  • What to Expect
  • Important Steps to Take to Protect Yourself
  • Maintenance of Records
  • How to Manage the Emotional Toll
  • Recap

Mitigating Medical Liability and Decreasing the Risk of Being Sued

  • Intro
  • Why Do Patients Sue
  • Building a Bridge of Trust
  • Understanding the Scope of Practice versus Standard of Care
  • EMAR/EHR Errors
  • Interdisciplinary Team Support
  • How to Manage Issues Outside of Your Control
  • Recap

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Your Nurse Lawyer
  • Store Email Address: [email protected]
  • Address: 10451 Mill Run Cir
    Suite 400
    Owings Mills, MD 21117
    United States (US)
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