In today's litigious society, risk management is essential to the practice of quality medicine. ProAd offers the resources you need to minimize your risks as a health care provider.
The most effective way to protect your practice is to prevent claims from occurring. For this reason, ProAd offers quality continuing education in the medico-legal arena to doctors and health care professionals. Whatever your specialty, whatever your interests, you can learn more about minimizing your risks as a health care provider by participating in these invaluable programs:
- Focused programs presented by knowledgeable medical, legal and claims management experts utilizing case studies, interactive materials and handouts
- Timely publications examine important risk management issues and offer practical advice on ways to lower the risk of a medical malpractice lawsuit
- Information is provided on ways to improve patient care, communications, record keeping and other key areas through the use of on-site evaluation assessments
- Specialists are available to answer your risk management questions to help you identify and reduce your liability risk exposure
Click the link below to launch the Risk Management Program Search. Use the Date, Location, Topic and Code dropdowns and the interactive map to find a program that suits you. Once you have selected your program, click the "Register" button to go to the registration page.
The first program costs $60 per person. Additional programs cost $30 per person.
5:30 p.m. Registration and light dinner
6:00 p.m. Program begins
6:30 p.m. Grace period ends (no one admitted after this time)
8:00 p.m. Program ends
Please note: You MUST participate in the entire program to quality for a 5% discount and CME Credits. Only participants who sign in prior to 6:30 p.m. and who stay until the end of the presentation will be counted as in attendance and receive the discount and CME Credits.
For your convenience, a light dinner is served before each program. Vegetarian or Kosher meals must be requested on your registration form. However, special dietary needs cannot be accommodated at all locations.
Each program is worth a maximum of two CME Credits, commensurate with the extend of your participation in the program.
A 5% Risk Management premium discount will be given on all Year 2019 medical professional liability renewal policies to ProAd members who attend any one of the Physician educational programs offered.
If you have already paid for a program and would like to reschedule for a different program or date, we will apply your payment to another program of your choosing. However, due to program commitments for facilities, program fees are non-refundable in the event you are unable to attend. Should we cancel a program due to insufficient registration, your payment may be refunded or applied to a new date.
MEDICAL MUTUAL Liability Insurance Society of Maryland, which is affiliated with the Professionals Advocate Insurance Company, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
MEDICAL MUTUAL designates this live activity for a maximum of two (2) AMA PRACategory 1 Credits.™ Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
It is the policy of Professionals Advocate to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all its sponsored educational activities. All faculty participating in activities sponsored by Professionals Advocate are expected to disclose to the program participants any relevant financial relationships related to the content of their presentation(s).
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Evaluate the strength of your practice’s cyber security with this 40-question survey, designed by our security and risk management experts.
This 40-question online survey is designed to help you assess the status of your electronic security and PII protection planning. After each question, you will receive a response indicating whether your answer was correct or incorrect and additional information on the topic.
- Physician security and access controls
- Network security
- Employee access
- Storage and backup security
- Policies and procedures
Is your practice protocol leaving you open to lawsuits? This short self-survey can help you identify risk.
The Office Practice Self-Assessment Survey is a short self-survey designed to help you determine which areas within the non-clinical aspect of your practice may be leaving you open to a lawsuit. Medical record documentation, patient scheduling, prescriptions and patient communications are all non-clinical aspects of your practice that can affect the likelihood of a claim.
- Patient privacy
- Follow-up appointment protocol
- Missed or cancelled appointment protocol
- Lab result notifications
- Patient chart maintenance