The typical family physician can expect to be sued about once every seven to 10 years. Although in the vast majority of cases insurance covers monetary damages, the legal process causes a major disruption to the physician's practice and extracts a tremendous price in emotional distress, including loss of self-esteem and sometimes, public regard.
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Topic: Physician Documentation Tips to Avoid Medical Malpractice
Speakers: Christopher Daddino, Partner Cassiday Schade LLP
Target Audience: All Physicians and interested healthcare professional.
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