A study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine indicates a possible gap in primary care physician (PCP) understanding of “risk factors, diagnostic criteria and recommended management/prevention practices for prediabetes.”
MLMIC reminds policyholders about “Top Risks of the Ambulatory Surgery Center,” a free webinar offered with HANYS on Wednesday, September 25. Registration is open to both HANYS members and non-members.
A recent study attributed over half of adverse events associated with surgical care to cognitive error. The study’s authors identified opportunities to enhance patient safety, including training staff to recognize common mental pitfalls.
HANYS and MLMIC invite you to join us on Wednesday, September 25, at noon for a webinar titled “Top Risks of the Ambulatory Surgery Center.” Registration is open to both HANYS members and non-members.