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Risk Management Talks

Practicing Outside of Your Comfort Zone: Meeting the Growing Need for Psychiatric Care
PRMS National Seminar
Arlington, VA
June 22, 2019

Speakers:
Donna Vanderpool, MBA, JD 
Vice President, Risk Management 

David Cash, JD, LLM
Assistant Vice President, Risk Management

Justin Pope, JD
Associate Risk Manager


Professional Risk Management Services, Inc. (PRMS)

Resources:

 

Risk Management When Treating Patients with Suicidal Behaviors
Pittsburgh, PA
June 10, 2019

Speakers:
David Cash, JD, LLM
Assistant Vice President, Risk Management
Professional Risk Management Services, Inc. (PRMS)

Resources:

 

For the New England Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (NECCAP):
Technology and the Law: What Psychiatrists Need to Know
June 8, 2019

Speakers:
Donna Vanderpool, MBA, JD 
Vice President, Risk Management 

David Cash, JD, LLM
Assistant Vice President, Risk Management


Professional Risk Management Services, Inc. (PRMS)

Resources:

 

New York Excess In-person Follow-up Course 
May 3, 2019

Speakers:
Charles D. Cash, JD, LLM
Vice President, Risk Management 

Ann McNary, JD
Senior Risk Manager 

Professional Risk Management Services, Inc. (PRMS)

Handout Materials:

Slides - Component 1

Slides - Component 2

Slides - Component 3

Component 1 handouts (pdf)

Introduction                         

    • Examiner's Perspective: What are the Most Damaging Claims? (CLEP-107)
    • 20 Surefire Steps to Increase the Risk of a Malpractice Suit (RM-181)
    • Defining the Standard of Care (ECP-FYI-108)
    • ECP FYI: Elements of a Lawsuit (ECP-FYI-102)

Documentation

    • Myths & Misconceptions: A Perfect Record (RM-MM-106)
    • Contents of a Psychiatric Record (RM-101)
    • Practical Pointers for Psychiatric Records (RM-101.1)
    • Myths & Misconceptions: Physician Signatures (RM-MM-141)
    • 10 Things About: Documentation (TTA -5)
    • 10 Things About: EHR Documentation (TTA-4)
    • Documentation (Rx for Risk Vol. 25, Issue 2)

Telepsychiatry

    • Telepsychiatry: A Primer (White paper, © 2016, PRMS, Inc.)
    • Telemedicine – Still So Many Unknowns (White paper, © 2016, PRMS, Inc.)
    • Another Telemedicine Setback (White paper © 2017, PRMS, Inc.)
    • Another Controlled Substance Prohibition in Telemedicine (White paper, © 2017, PRMS, Inc.)
    • Telemed & the CSA – Progress? Maybe (White paper © 2018, PRMS, Inc.)
    • 10 Things About: Telepsychiatry (TTA-26)

Component 2 handouts (pdf)

Administrative Actions

    • 10 Things About: Administrative Actions (TTA-8)

Informed Consent

    • Consent to Treatment of Minors (RM-203)
    • Informed Consent – More Than a Piece of Paper (RM-154)
    • Informed Consent in Medication Management: A Joint Process (RM-128)
    • Examiner’s Perspective: Use of Medication Information Sheets (CLEP-116)
    • Documentation of Informed Consent: When Should a Form Be Considered (RM-172)
    • Informed Consent Self-Audit (RM-237)
    • Informed Consent When Patients Lack Decision-Making Capacity (RM-262)
    • 10 Things About: Informed Consent (TTA-16)

Termination

    • Termination of the Physician-Patient Relationship (RM-191)
    • Termination Dos & Don’ts (RM-192)
    • 10 Things About: Termination of Treatment

Component 3 handouts (pdf)

Potentially Violent Patients

    • Experts Share Advice on Reducing Risk When Treating Potentially Violent Patients (RM-105)
    • Patient Violence against Clinicians: Managing the Risk (RM-239)
    • Reducing Risk When Treating Potentially Violent Patients (RM-253)
    • SAFE Act Assessment Protocol for Psychiatrists (White paper by Brian Lee, Esq., © 2016, PRMS, Inc.)
    • 10 Things About: Violent Patients (TTA-34)

Treating Suicidal Patients

    • SAFE-T Suicide Assessment Protocol (Adapted from the SAFE-T Suicide Assessment Five-step evaluation and Triage © 2009. Originally conceived by Douglas Jacobs, M.D. and developed as a collaboration between Screening for Mental Health and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center.)
    • Practical Pointers for Managing Suicidal Patients (RM-122)
    • Lessons to Be Learned: What Allegations in Post-Suicide Malpractice Lawsuits Can Teach About Risk Management Strategies (RM-159)
    • Risk Management after a Suicide: Confidentiality and Related Matters (RM-221)
    • Split Treatment & the Suicidal Patient (RM-260)
    • SAFE Act Assessment Protocol for Psychiatrists (White paper by Brian Lee, Esq., © 2016, PRMS, Inc.)
    • APA Addresses Suicide Risk Assessment in Newly Released Guidelines (RM-259)
    • Resource List: Suicide Prevention (RL-108)
    • Military Suicide Prevention Resources (White paper © 2015, PRMS, Inc.)
    • 10 Things About: Suicide (TTA-29)

Prescribing Controlled Substances

    • Examiner’s Perspective: Use of Medication Information Sheets (CLEP-116)
    • Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: What You Need to Know (RM-218.1)
    • Consent to Treatment of Minors (RM-203)
    • The Importance of Including Driving Prohibitions in Informed Consent Discussions (White paper, © 2016, PRMS, Inc.)
    • Should New York Prescription Monitoring Program Reports Be Made Part of the Medical Record? (White paper, © 2014, PRMS, Inc.)
    • Prescribing Controlled Substances: Managing the Risks (RM-251)
    • 10 Things About: Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (TTA-23)

 

Hot Topics in Psychiatry Risk Management 
University of Nevada
March 6, 2019

Speakers:
Donna Vanderpool, MBA, JD
Vice President, Risk Management 

Professional Risk Management Services, Inc. (PRMS)

Resources:

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