Entries by Stephanie

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Who is Liable and Why

In a perfect world, both providers and patients would have total faith in artificial intelligence (AI) and its ability to diagnose and detect disease. (And while we’re at it, COVID-19 wouldn’t exist in a perfect world. But I digress …) However, even AI has to live within the limits of its imperfections. Mistakes are bound […]

Vendor Management: A Vital Component to Risk Mitigation

Risk mitigation involves many moving parts, including your employees. However, your employees are not the only human element affecting your potential for liability. Your vendors also need special consideration. Luckily, one of CARE’s industry partners, OmniSure,(1) has compiled a list of recommendations(2) for managing the risk exposure derived from working with third-party vendors. Tips include: […]

Switching from Defense to Offense Amid a Crisis

We understand that our clients in the health care industry are inundated daily (dare we say hourly?) with information about COVID-19. You know how to handle the virus – for yourself, your practice, and your patients. If ‘triage’ wasn’t your middle name before the pandemic, it surely is now. You’re getting info from every news […]

2020: The Perfect Storm

As if the pandemic itself was not enough of a hurricane-like event to the healthcare industry, the upcoming tsunami of lawsuits will surely drown what’s left of health care worker morale and mental health, not to mention bank accounts. The perfect storm of fast-paced changes and dwindling resources has left some providers wondering if their […]

Telemedicine Updates During an Evolving Crisis

It’s almost impossible to keep current on the constant barrage of new and evolving information regarding telemedicine care during the COVID-19 pandemic. The AMA has updated its Quick Guide(1), which is a series of playbooks that covers best practices and resources for patient care on virtual platforms. These playbooks cover topics such as: Technology (platform […]

Be Prepared for the Pandemic Aftermath

One of CARE’s industry partners, SE Healthcare, offers a COVID-19 Malpractice Mitigation Toolkit(1) for hospitals, physicians, and senior care facilities. This toolkit is designed to protect you and your team against the risk of emerging malpractice threats and potential claims related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even the best-intended immunity laws will not prevent all pandemic-related […]

The CARES Act: How It Helps Your Practice

The CARES Act(1) has many provisions that can help your practice during such trying times. It can be difficult to interpret, and also difficult to determine what steps to take to ensure you receive the benefits available to your practice. An update(2) from MGMA (Medical Group Management Association) can help you make sense of your […]

Life Savers Need Saving Too

One of CARE’s trusted industry partners, SE Healthcare, has created a solution to help providers manage additional stress caused by the COVID-19 crisis. The Burnout Rescue Pack(1) contains seven short, impactful videos and seven audio files from burnout expert Dr. Dike Drummond. Providers receive immediate, actionable guidance to reduce anxiety levels and manage the challenges […]

From Triage to Trial

Healthcare professionals working the front lines are faced with difficult decisions every day. Compound that with the COVID-19 pandemic, working around the clock, and worrying about their own health and safety. Basic triage decisions have evolved into heartbreaking shifts, with hardly any respite for those facing the onslaught day after day. As is the norm […]