Perinatal Learning Paths
Obstetricians are impacted more than all other medical specialties by medical malpractice claims. Labor & Delivery units are a major source of liability for hospitals.
Primary EFM Learning Path
This is an initial assessment and education for all clinicians from novice to expert that gauges the learner’s EFM cognitive abilities and application of EFM principles based on NICHD terms and guidelines.
Maintenance EFM Learning Path
This is a subsequent learner assessment and education for experienced clinicians that determines the capacity of learners’ ongoing, advanced-level skills at identifying and responding to EFM-related complications that impact patient safety.
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Provider Burnout Learning Path
Healthcare professionals are under more stress than ever before. This high level of stress leads to burnout. Stress and burnout affect the quality of patient care and lead to increased adverse events and medical malpractice claims.
The Provider Burnout Learning Path allows clinicians to assess their stress levels to detect if they are coping well with practice pressures or moving toward burnout. Education offers strategies to recognize, prevent and manage burnout.
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Diagnostic Error Learning Path
Misdiagnosis occurs about 10 to 15 percent of the time and accounts for one in 10 patient deaths, according to National Academy of Medicine (NAM). In 2015 NAM reported that the occurrence of diagno¬stic error was largely unreported, leading to devastating consequences for some patients.
The Diagnostic Error Learner Path allows users to assess their understanding of the diagnostic processes. By completing the recommended courses and practicing the risk mitigation strategies, the learner may improve their own diagnostic processes to prevent errors.
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