Risk Management



ROP (Retinopathy of Prematurity) Resources

OMIC’s ROP Resources

We are committed to providing you with the resources and templates necessary to adequately inform your patients about the risks, benefits, and alternatives of this procedure.

ROP Safety Net: analysis of ROP liability

Hospital ROP Toolkit.Treating MD at hospital.103117:Cinical guidelines, ROP protocols, letter to teach parents about ROP, consent forms

Office ROP Toolkit.103117: Clinical guidelines, ROP protocols, letter to teach parents about ROP, consent forms

Laser for ROP
Anti VEGF for ROP

ROP: St. Luke’s “Watchful Eye” A Hospital Based ROP Safety Program
ROP: Ojo Vigilante!

Case Study: Failure to Coordinate Follow-up Care Results in Missed ROP Diagnosis
Case Study: Delayed Referral for Progressive ROP
Case Study: ROP Case Defines Legal Duty of Care to Patients

Visit OMIC’s Pediatric library to view other resources for Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) including risk management articles, closed claim studies, and recommendation and procedure guides.

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