Risk Management



“My Doctor Never Told Me That Would Happen” – A Patient Centered Approach to Informed Consent – Part One

Course Description

Informed consent is a collaborative process where ophthalmologists and patients (family members) communicate and exchange information prior to making important eye healthcare decisions. In the video “My Doctor Never Told Me That Would Happen” – A Patient Centered Approach to Informed Consent, past OMIC Board Member, Tamara R. Fountain, MD, guides viewers through the many issues surrounding the informed consent process.

In Part One of this video, Dr. Fountain provides clear explanations regarding the fundamentals of a collaborative patient centered approach to informed consent.

Contact the OMIC Risk Management Coordinator, Linda Nakamura, if you are interested in completing this course. OMIC insureds can earn a 5% or 10% discount on the renewal of their OMIC policy.

Contact Linda at 1-800-562-6642, ext. 652 or lnakamura@omic.com

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