Diagnostic errors are the most common and costly allegations in emergency medicine malpractice cases. Place 200 years of medico-legal and clinical experience at the fingertips of your physicians. The Sullivan Group’s Emergency Medicine education and assessment platform reduces variability in care around the highest-risk diagnoses in emergency medicine. Select the plan that’s right for you below and advance the diagnostic accuracy of your providers, improve patient and provider satisfaction and reduce your malpractice risk.
Focus on the highest-risk diagnoses and outline key diagnostic drivers in the history, physical exam and medical decision-making. Clinicians regularly review case-based courses and gain insight into their clinical practice patterns and documentation.
Access to practical, relevant CME/CE training to improve their practice, which strengthens provider satisfaction. A more engaged clinician equates to increased patient satisfaction.
Heightening clinician awareness improves recognition of high-risk diagnoses and results in fewer malpractice claims. Patients who are more satisfied with their care are less likely to bring litigation.
Risk and Safety Overview in Emergency Medicine
Cognitive Errors in Medicine
Death After Discharge from the Emergency Department
Ultrasound at the Bedside in the ED
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Low Back Pain: Evaluation, Perils and Pitfalls
Spinal Epidural Abscess
Geriatric Abdominal Emergencies
Psychiatric Patient: Boarding in the ED
Psychiatric Patient: Evaluation of the Suicidal Patient
Psychiatric Patient: Danger to Self or Others
Atypical Chest Pain in Women
Thoracic Aortic Dissection & Marfan Syndrome
Acute Limb Ischemia
Emergency Radiology: Failure to Diagnose Upper Extremity Injuries
Stroke Care: Atrial Fibrillation & Stroke
Stroke Mimics: Pearls & Pitfalls
Transient Ischemic Attack
Herpes Simplex Encephalitis
11 Simple Strategies to Prevent Medication Errors
Alternatives to Opioids
Consent for the Treatment of Minors
Pediatric Abdominal Emergencies
Pediatric Seconds-to-Minutes Emergencies
"Two months after completing the Spinal Epidural Abscess course I diagnosed my first in our ED. Thank you for refreshing my differential diagnoses list. It saved the patient’s life."
"Really like these activities because they challenge me to alter set thinking patterns for diagnoses differentials to rule out the potentially devastating conditions."
"TSG uses good case studies to help teach about potential problems that can arise in ED. More realistic and helpful than any other system. "