Legal Minefields in Medicine: Protect your career webinar provides powerful legal tips for healthcare professionals to protect their careers against liability.

Target Audience:
All Physicians, Allied health professional, Residents, Fellows, Nursing

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss the "pearls" or critical insights from a physician/attorney that every healthcare worker should know.
2. Discuss the medical-legal issues of post-covid, the legal risk post-covid, and whether current state/federal immunity statues sufficiently protect healthcare workers against liability.
3. Describe defensive medicine and the value from a clinical and legal prospective.
4. Explain failure of informed consent, practical recommendations, insights for proceduralist and non-proceduralist provider.
5. Identify the items that will give healthcare providers an added advantage when engaging with attorneys.
6. Explain about the "art" of contracting and negotiating.


7 Legal Pearls for Physicians

Duration: 310 mins




Healthcare Management



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