OMIC Digest Archives 2014


OMIC Digest: Vol. 24 | No. 4 | 2014

  • Feature: Misunderstanding Common in Consent Discussions
  • Eye on OMIC: What You Should Know about Rates and Dividends
  • Policy Issues: Online Renewal Applications
  • Closed Claim Study: FFK Diagnosed on Day of Planned Bilateral LASIK
  • Risk Management Hotline: Plain Language Concepts in Consent Discussions
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OMIC Digest: Vol. 24 | No. 3 | 2014

  • Feature: Risks of Clinical Research
  • Eye on OMIC: OMIC Increases Coverage Limit on Policy Benefits
  • Policy Issues: Research Liability and Coverage
  • Closed Claim Study: Fraudulent Enrollment of Patient in Clinical Trial
  • Risk Management Hotline: Adverse Events in Clinical Research
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OMIC Digest: Vol. 24 | No. 2 | 2014

  • Feature: Documentation Issues in Paper & Electronic Records
  • Eye on OMIC: Coverage for Bilateral Introcular Refractive Surgery
  • Policy Issues: Servicing Your Account Online
  • Closed Claim Study: Surgeon Responsible for Unreported Adverse Event
  • Risk Management Hotline: Improving the Accuracy of Electronic Health Records
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OMIC Digest: Vol. 24 | No. 1 | 2014

  • Feature: Lawsuits Related to Preoperative Evaluations
  • Eye on OMIC: Denise Chamblee is New Risk Management Chair
  • Policy Issues: When Claims Aren’t Covered
  • Closed Claim Study: Monocular Patient Loses Vision After Vitrectomy
  • Risk Management Hotline: Preoperative History and Physical Examiniations
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