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The Clinician's Corner
Atypical Presentation of Acute Ischemic Heart Disease in Women

Ischemic heart disease is underdiagnosed in women.  This case is presented to help practitioners avoid bias and recognize the pitfalls leading to this common failure to diagnose.

Webinar from the Archive
Diagnostic Error & Malpractice
Dr. Tom Syzek defines diagnostic error and reviews common specialties involved. He discusses origins of error and breakdowns in the diagnostic process, and suggests a process to change clinical behavior to reduce future error.

Clinical Integration
June 17 - 1 p.m. ET
Case Study
Reducing Diagnosis-Related Claims
A fter noticing the majority of their malpractice claims were diagnosis-related, a large healthcare organization implemented the RSQ® Solutions - Emergency Medicine Program to focus on the areas that are most susceptible to missed or delayed diagnoses.

This case study outlines the significant reductions realized in the targeted diagnosis-related claims.

From the Blog
Heart Disease in Women: Underdiagnosed & Undertreated
Heart disease kills more women than any other cause, including cancer.  Awareness has improved, but the realities of heart disease in women remain underappreciated. While chest pain is the most common symptom of a heart attack for both men and women, women are more likely to have atypical AMI symptoms.

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National Patient Safety Congress: May 23 - 25
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