4 Areas of Consideration in the Disclosure of Serious Adverse Events

The Public Interest Committee of the American Health Lawyers Association has published a free resource that provides guidance for healthcare practitioners and healthcare organizations when a serious clinical adverse event occurs.

 

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The resource outlines four areas of consideration regarding the disclosure of serious adverse events:

1.    Pre-disclosure considerations
2.    Mandatory disclosures
3.    Disclosure to patient and/or patient's family
4.    Voluntary disclosures to accrediting bodies, media or other third parties

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