Webinar - So You’re Saying There’s A Chance: Constructing a Privileged Adverse Incident Reporting System

September 19, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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This program is designed for Risk Management and Patient Safety Professionals
 
The Webinar  will cover the following topics:
  • Recent FL case law affecting patient safety data
  • What remains of the PSQIA protections on patient safety data   
  • Proposed best practices for adverse incident reporting given current state of law

 

Presented by:
Edward J. Carbone, Managing Partner of Tampa Office - ROIG Lawyers

Ed primarily represents hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare providers. He has also represented a wide variety of businesses and organizations including national insurance companies, hospices, educational institutions and local youth sports organizations.As a litigator, he defends providers against claims for medical malpractice, general negligence, billing and collections issues, and other claims, both at trial and on appeal. He has significant experience handling birth injury claims, including disputes over the applicability of Florida’s Neurological Injury Compensation Association (NICA) no-fault compensation program for birth-related neurological injuries.

Jacqueline R. A. Root, Medical Malpractice Attorney - ROIG Lawyers
Jacqueline focuses her practice on the representation of hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare providers and facilities, defending against claims for medical malpractice, general negligence, and billing and collections issues at the trial and appellate levels. Jacqueline has significant experience handling birth injury claims, transplant cases, and an array of complex high-acuity cases. She also advises healthcareproviders and facilities on how to proactively manage their risks to reduce the frequency and severity of claims.

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