OVERVIEW

Medical error prevention continues to be at the forefront of quality control within both the hospital and clinical settings. This CME presentation breaks down how human factors and processes can contribute to medical errors utilizing case-based scenarios covering common errors seen in the primary care setting such as therapeutic duplication, mislabeled lab specimens, and the practice strategies available to prevent these errors from occurring. 

Educational Objectives:
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
1. Identify how human factors and processes can contribute to medical errors through a case-based approach
2. Implement a practice strategy to prevent medical errors from occurring.

The estimated time to complete this activity is 1 hour.

COURSE CONTENT

Case Based Medical Errors in Primary Care

Duration: 60 mins

TARGET AUDIENCE

PhysicianNursingPhysician Assistant

SPECIALITIES

General PracticeInternal MedicinePrimary CareFamily PracticeGeneral and Internal MedicineFamily and Patient Centered CarePhysician AssistantsNursing

TERMS & CONDITIONS

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