MLMIC encourages our insured Ambulatory Surgery Centers and providers to consider use of a new survey tool from HHS as a way to continue to assess and improve quality of care.
Under the new partnership, MLMIC and NYSSOS seek to improve patient safety and the quality of care while remediating the adverse medical malpractice environment in New York.
According to new data, hospital-acquired condition reduction efforts resulted in an 8% decrease in events, $2.9 billion in savings and the prevention of about 8,000 deaths.
Enrollment is currently open for the next MLMIC-HANYS webinar, “The Hospitalist’s Role in Effective Coordination of Care,” on July 18. This 60-minute complimentary webinar will describe how a well-designed and implemented hospitalist program helps physicians and facilities provide optimum patient care and reduce potential liability risk.