Category: Risk Mitigation

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Abstract: Medico-legal implications of video recording

If I record, will I get sued? Studies say No! In the below abstract, research fellow, Dr. Komal Naeem discusses the medico-legal implications of video recordings finding that recording doesn’t increase the risk of malpractice lawsuits.  See the full abstract and conclusions below. Abstract: Audio and video recording of patient-physician communication has been proved to enhance the experience...

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Check out a 2 Minute Demo of our Newest Inform Features

Check out our 2-minute demo video about how Medical Memory helps providers save 15 Minutes per patient. Click below for a 2-minute demo. From Neurosurgery to discharge, oncology to pre-op, transplant, orthopedic, cosmetic medicine and beyond, providers are using Inform to educate patients and save time in their practice.  Learn from different providers, practices, and...

2 Ways Informed Consent Can Speed Your Medical Practice Administration
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2 Ways Informed Consent Can Speed Your Medical Practice Administration

You’ve probably never heard of Jerry Canterberry from Ohio, but you’ll be surprised to hear how he influenced the entire institution of healthcare. He recently passed away at the age of 78 after quietly suffering for the last 58 years from debilitating injuries that resulted from a reportedly routine back surgery. Suddenly at age 19,...

3 Surprising Ways to Reduce Risk With Medical Informed Consents
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3 Surprising Ways to Reduce Risk With Medical Informed Consents

Healthcare experts are increasingly acknowledging the importance of using the medical informed consent as a valuable tool for advancing patient safety, improving patient communication and reducing risk. Offering patients more information about their healthcare journey not only creates a stronger partnership between providers and patients, it improves compliance with treatment plans, and gives patients the...

Why Healthcare Transparency is the New Name of the Game
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Why Healthcare Transparency is the New Name of the Game

The Trump Administration’s campaign promise to advance healthcare transparency couldn’t be more timely. Pressure is mounting on healthcare providers to give price and quality information to consumers, and to improve transparency around payments from pharmaceutical and medical device companies. In 2015, about half of the doctors in the U.S. received payments from prescribing and using...