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Prescribing opioids: finding the right balance

US23-09-2015

Despite their ability to manage pain, opioids come with a major downside: they lead to addiction. Nancy Lamo of Lockton explores the history of opioid use and suggests steps to help providers find the right balance in prescribing opioids today.

Can this minor give consent?

US23-09-2015

Challenging situations can arise when a minor presents with a request for treatment of certain types of ailments or non life-threatening injuries. Who is authorized to consent to treatment in such circumstances? asks Fay Rozovsky, president of the Rozovsky Group.

A personal approach

US23-09-2015

President of the Kentucky Society for Healthcare Risk Management Melissa Updike has had a long career in risk management, including six years leading a captive insurance company. She told HRMR why a proactive approach has been vital to the captive’s success.

Risk managers unanimous on behavioral health crisis

US23-09-2015

A unanimous 100 percent of readers surveyed by Healthcare Risk Management Review say that the risk management issues around treating patients with behavioral health (BH) issues are a growing problem in their organizations.

A strategic role

US26-08-2015

What are the most enduring and important health industry trends and how will they affect risk management? PwC’s Mitch Harris and Peter Claude explain why risk managers can now expect to take a more strategic role in moving their organizations forward.

Communication confusion: A deadly recipe

US26-08-2015

The volumes and complexities of patients under discussion daily, both substantially impede communication accuracy despite efforts to standardize procedures, as Dan Cohen describes.

Getting out of the silos

US26-08-2015

President of the North Texas Society for Healthcare Risk Management Kristian Poitier believes that clear communication is the key to effective risk management. She explains her view to HRMR.

Whose information and whose responsibility?

US27-07-2015

As healthcare organisations consider the Next Generation ACO Model, HRMR examines how provider liability and the use of quality data have developed with the introduction of ACOs—and what might unfold in the future.

More than a piece of paper

US27-07-2015

A piece of paper which states ‘the patient refused treatment’ is not a substitute for a proper conversation that confirms an understanding of the probable benefits and risks of treatment, says Fay Rozovsky, president of The Rozovsky Group.

A bold move for training

US27-07-2015

Since St Francis Hospital, Columbus, GA, made it mandatory for its physicians to complete Crew Resource Management training, it has proved to be a step worth taking. Angie King, the hospital’s administrative director of patient safety, told HRMR how it was achieved.

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