LOCATION
Online
DESCRIPTION
Medical errors can occur anywhere in the healthcare system; hospitals, clinics, outpatient surgery centers, doctor’s offices, pharmacies and patient's homes.
It is usually defined as something that did not work out or went wrong in the treatment and care of a patient. Medical errors are usually associated with careless or inexperienced health care workers, new procedures, and the complexity of medical records and history and treatment of the elderly, treatment in urgent care and/or co morbidities.
This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.
License Approval
State/ Org. Type Approval Code Credits
BC DC † PreApproved 2
CO DC † PreApproved 2
CT DC † PreApproved 2
DC DC † PreApproved 2
DE DC † PreApproved 2
IA DC † PreApproved 2
ID DC † PreApproved 2
IL DC † PreApproved 2
IN DC Not Accepted 0
KY DC Not Accepted 0
LA DC Not Accepted 0
MA DC † PreApproved 2
MB DC † PreApproved 2
MD DC † PreApproved 2
MI DC † PreApproved 2
MN DC Approved 2
MS DC Not Accepted 0
MT DC † PreApproved 2
NB DC † PreApproved 2
NC DC Approved 2
ND DC † PreApproved 2
NE DC † PreApproved 2
NH DC Pending 2
NJ DC Approved 2
NY DC Approved 2
OH DC † PreApproved 2
ON DC † PreApproved 2
OR DC † PreApproved 2
PR DC † PreApproved 2
QC DC † PreApproved 2
RI DC † PreApproved 2
SC DC † PreApproved 2
SD DC Approved 2
SK DC † PreApproved 2
UT DC † PreApproved 2
VA DC † PreApproved 2
VT DC † PreApproved 2
WA DC † PreApproved 2
WI DC Not Accepted 0
WY DC † PreApproved 2
† This seminar is valid for CE credits in "pre-approved" states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board. It remains attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.