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Healthcare Risk Management is written about legal and patient safety issues for healthcare risk managers, lawyers, physicians, and other clinicians and managers. With verdicts growing higher and malpractice premiums increasing, this venerable newsletter, staffed with several national risk management leaders, helps you avoid lawsuits at your facility.
In addition to the concise, 12-page monthly newsletter, you’ll receive the four-page Legal Review & Commentary, a monthly supplement with legal analysis of two recent cases involving hospitals and physicians.You’ll also receive a quarterly HIPAA Regulatory Alert so you can stay in compliance. Click here to see all recently published issues/articles from Healthcare Risk Management.
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Arnold Mackles, MD, MBA, LHRM
Innovative Healthcare Compliance Group
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Maureen Archambault, RN, MBA, HRM, CPHRM
Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
Prospect Medical Holdings
Editorial Advisory Board:
Leilani Kicklighter, RN, ARM, MBA, CPHRM, LHRM
Patient Safety & Risk Management Consultant
The Kicklighter Group
John C. Metcalfe, JD, FASHRM, VP
Risk and Insurance Management Services
MemorialCare Health System
Fountain Valley, CA
William J. Naber, MD, JD, CHC
Medical Director, UR/CM/CDI
Medical Center & West Chester Hospital
UC Physicians Compliance Department, Associate Professor
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Grena Porto, RN, ARM, CPHRM
Vice President, Risk Management
ESIS ProCLaim Practice Leader, HealthCare
ESIS Health, Safety and Environmental
Stephen Trosty, JD, MHA, CPHRM, ARM
Risk Management Consultant, Patient Safety Consultant
Michael Zuckerman, JD, MBA
Assistant Professor, Academic Director, Master of Science
Risk Management & Insurance
Department of Risk, Insurance & Healthcare Management
Fox School of Business and Management
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