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Physician Webinars

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  • The risk management credit is only applicable to physician policyholders.
  • Register for the webinar under your own name and email address on the webinar launch page. Each individual member of a physician practice must register separately.
  • Attendees must watch and listen to at least 90% of the webinar in order to qualify for a risk management credit.*
  • A certificate will be sent to you after your registration is accepted.  This, however, is not an indication that you have met the 90% completion requirement. 
  • We are required to track attendance for each individual physician participant and maintain these records.


Webinar Series

Keeping Perspective: A Balancing Act for 2021

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Three-part webinar series

Webinar Series


Average Time: 1 hour

  • Dr. Craig Sawchuk, a professor of psychology and co-chair of Mayo Clinic's Division of Integrated Behavioral Health in Rochester, MN, will provide an overview of the nature and experience of stress, discuss practical tips to help build resilience, and will highlight how to go about accessing mental health resources for those most in need.

    Find out more about the course and register: Course Link

  • Dr. Paul Mulhausen, a geriatrician and expert in chronic disease management, discusses the important role of multimorbidity on complexity and cost of patient care. He discusses dyads and triads of common chronic conditions that predict complex care, heavy resource use, and diminished quality of life.

    Learn more about the course and register: Course Link

  • Victoria Vance, partner with the firm Tucker Ellis in Cleveland Ohio, shares how participants will heed the lessons learned from closed cases to identify risk management practice strategies and recognize current trends in the regulatory enforcement actions against healthcare providers.

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  • This webinar, presented by BK Christopher, an attorney with Horn Aylward & Brandy LLC, and Myra Christopher, CEO of the Center for Practical Bioethics, will address effective practices for addressing your patient's pain complaints without putting yourself in jeopardy with your state licensing board.

    Find out more about the course and register: Course Link

  • Linda Hay, partner with the firm HeplerBroom, explains how participants can best protect themselves from a claim by a patient that they did not know, understand or agree to the risks or alternatives to a procedure, and, conversely, that they did not know enough to make an informed refusal to a procedure or test.

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  • Brian Hill will be discussing recent high profile cyber-crime events, including Web Site breaches impacting retailers, banks and government agencies. Brian will discuss particularly dangerous types of threats that might effect individuals such as the Dark Web, the Internet of Things, phishing, and wifi attacks.

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  • This webinar discusses how culturally and linguistically appropriate services (CLAS) can help health professionals and health systems communicate effectively with diverse patients. It also shares some guidance and resources from the Office of Minority Health (Think Cultural Health and the National CLAS Standards) that can help you in improving communication.

    Find out more about the course and register: Course Link

  • It is well-known that poor communication can result in medical errors, cause patient injuries and disrupt the continuity of care—all of which can lead to malpractice claims. Communication breakdowns can occur at any point on the care continuum, in any type of healthcare facility and between any of the “players” involved in a patient's care.

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  • With the rapid legalization of marijuana, both medical and recreational, across the United States, the healthcare community is left facing myriad questions. Join Alex Haar, of the firm HeplerBroom, as she discusses these questions in a general fashion.

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  • This presentation, given by two experienced medical malpractice defense attorneys, Linda Hay and Susan Wagener both from the firm HeplerBroom, address the ways that COVID-19 is altering the malpractice landscape.

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  • In this webinar, Amy E. Schlotterer, of the firm Rutledge Manion Rabaut Terry & Thomas P.C. discusses the deposition process in its entirety. Beginning with a description and discussion of the deposition process itself, we progress through the common pitfalls witnesses fall victim to and how you can best prepare yourself for the process. The goal of the webinar is to give you an understanding of the process and give you the tools to make you as comfortable as possible so that you can make your very best appearance.

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  • It is important to take some time to evaluate the 2020 challenges in health care and implement a proactive approach to minimizing your risks. Join Veronica Brattstrom, Sr. Risk Management and Patient Quality Analyst with Professional Solutions, as she discussed current hot topics including taking care of you, taking care of your employees and taking care of your patients.

    Find out more about the course and register: Course Link

  • Healthcare providers face many challenges in dealing with the regulatory risks, the regulatory task forces, types of errors found and claims trends. Participants will gain a greater understanding of the regulatory risks and claims trends that are evident today. This presentation highlights typical errors found to understand what makes you, a provider, vulnerable to regulatory proceedings claims and what protection may be available to you.

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  • Cyber criminals continue to increase the frequency and sophistication of their attacks. As we cannot predict the course of events nor the impact of COVID-19 with the work-from-home workforce growing, thorough and proactive preparation and prevention behavior is important. This comprehensive presentation will help the audience better understand the evolving regulatory landscape and current cyber trends, including how COVID-19 has impacted the healthcare industry. This webinar will identify common cyber security threats that lead to privacy breaches, including ransomware and phishing attacks. It will also explain the new coverage enhancements available under the increased limits program offered through our partner Tokio Marine HCC – Cyber & Professional Lines Group (also known as NAS Insurance Services, LLC.

    Find out more about the course and register: Course Link

* Some restrictions apply if you are receiving other discounts.

Additional disclaimers and clarifications apply to the Professional Solutions risk management offerings: Discount can be earned by taking Professional Solutions-produced courses or Professional Solutions courses provided by approved companies. Access for these courses is available through the Professional Solutions website. The maximum risk management discount earned in any given calendar year cannot exceed 15%. All risk management offerings must be completed at least 90 days prior to the renewal date. Those who receive a risk management discount will not be eligible to receive the experience rating modification. The total of all discounts and/or credits used in conjunction with the risk management discount will not exceed 70%. Physician office staff are invited to attend all activities, but to earn any discount, the activity must be completed by the physician. Staff cannot earn discounts on behalf of a physician. Courses that are approved for continuing medical education (CME) credits will be noted accordingly. All discounts, with the exception of the Personalized Risk Assessment are in effect for one (1) calendar year. 

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