Computers in patient exam rooms have become commonplace in healthcare, but they may be perceived by both physicians and patients as a barrier to effective communication.
As noted in our 2017 Annual Report, MLMIC continues to put policyholders first in a fiscally responsible and diligent manner. As a result, the Company is well positioned to respond to both the challenges and opportunities that come with New York’s medical malpractice insurance environment
ACOG District II – MLMIC partnership will help both expand their ability to improve patient safety and reduce risk in select focus areas, such as maternal mortality and morbidity.
Researchers are looking at how better measurement of diagnostic errors may help physicians track performance, gauge the effectiveness of interventions, reduce errors and improve patient outcomes.