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Health Risk Advisor

July 30, 2015

Reducing the Risk of Patient Drug Abuse

A doctor’s insurance risk manager is concerned that a procedure performed by his client, a cosmetic surgeon, had resulted in a patient’s death at home the day after a procedure. He later discovers that the more likely cause of death was an overdose of the prescribed painkillers. The doctor suspected that his patient had a […]

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October 5, 2015

Surgi-Protect Legal Team Understands Bariatric Risk

No Obligation Quote — Contact us Today! Use our online tool to request a no-obligation quote or contact us today and let us custom fit a protection program to your unique bariatric specialty needs.

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Disclosing Adverse Events: 3 Vital Steps for Physicians

When adverse events occur, physicians need to inform the patient of all the facts to ensure that the patient has a full understanding of what happened. Physicians should consider taking at least these three steps to ensure that the process of disclosing the adverse event goes as well as possible.

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