Designed for physicians from all specialties, the New York Health Information Technology Symposium on April 28 will examine issues with EHR technology. The event qualifies physicians for 5 CME credits.
The Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) and MLMIC are collaborating to conduct an in-depth analysis of claims data. This effort will explore potential linkages between patient safety protocols, patient health outcomes and adverse events.
New York is among only three states with total medical malpractice payouts exceeding $300 million in 2017. In addition, its total payout of $617,973,000 earns it the distinction as the state with the highest per capita payout ($313) in the nation.
In Network Meetings at multiple locations across New York during April, May and June, MLMIC will present a risk management perspective on “Managing Your Social Media Presence.” CME credits are available.