DT Podiatric Risk Management Course - Volume 4

by Data Trace Publishing Company (2022)

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This online course is available for purchase through DTPodiatricRiskManagement.com

As a podiatric physician, you face challenges every day, and your choices are critical to providing the finest, safest patient care possible. Raising your awareness of risk management techniques and methods and applying them to your daily decision-making processes helps to minimize your potential exposure to a malpractice claim. DT Podiatric Risk Management Course—Volume 4 is designed to help you better understand the risk management principles that are essential to maintaining high patient satisfaction and the continued success of your practice.

After reading the case studies and in-depth feature articles, you can earn continuing education contact hours by completing and passing the multiple-choice post-exam at the end of this online course. Questions are based on information provided in the program.

Date of publication: January 1, 2022
Activity expiration date: December 31, 2024*

*This activity must be completed on or before the expiration date listed above to receive continuing education contact hours.

The Post-Exam is coordinated by Data Trace Publishing Company, a trusted and respected publisher of podiatric educational material since 1987. Data Trace Publishing Company is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. Data Trace Publishing Company has approved this activity for a maximum of 6 continuing education contact hours.

Each individual receiving a passing score of 80 percent or above will receive a Certificate of Completion that can then be sent by that individual directly to his or her State Board (where applicable).

Approval for contact hours varies by state, as does the number of hours approved. To check if your state has approved contact hours for this program, view this PDF (above under Resources,) , or call 1-800-342-0454 to speak with a customer service representative.

No additional fees are charged for a re-test.

Bundle Purchase Option:

The DT Podiatric Risk Management Course – Volume 4 is available for $79. You may wish to consider bundling this course with a 1-year print subscription to the CME-publication Foot and Ankle Quarterly (FAQ) (up to 24 continuing education contact hours available) for a combined price of only $150. Save $128 by purchasing these two great products together!

DT Podiatric Risk Management Course - Volume 4

As a podiatric physician, you face challenges every day, and your choices are critical to providing the finest, safest patient care possible. Raising your awareness of risk management techniques and methods and applying them to your daily decision-making processes helps to minimize your potential exposure to a malpractice claim. DT Podiatric Risk Management Course—Volume 4 is designed to help you better understand the risk management principles that are essential to maintaining high patient satisfaction and the continued success of your practice.

The intent of the materials presented in this course is to highlight some essential keys to addressing a few of the most common allegations in podiatry practice. The risk management issues we present in this program can help you provide quality podiatric care to all your patients.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this program you should be better able to:

  • recognize the significance of thorough documentation in your practice
  • understand the importance of utilizing a conservative course of treatment before considering surgery
  • manage noncompliant patients
  • properly document patient noncompliance
  • communicate unanticipated outcomes with patients
  • make timely and effective referrals

After reading the case studies and in-depth feature articles, you can earn continuing education contact hours by completing and passing the following multiple-choice exam. Questions are based on information provided in the program.

The Post-Exam is coordinated by Data Trace Publishing Company, a trusted and respected publisher of podiatric educational material since 1987. Data Trace Publishing Company is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. Data Trace Publishing Company has approved this activity for a maximum of 6 continuing education contact hours.

Date of publication: January 1, 2022
Activity expiration date: December 31, 2024*

*To receive continuing education contact hours, this activity must be completed on or before the expiration date.

Each individual receiving a passing score of 80 percent or above will receive a Certificate of Completion that can then be sent by the physician directly to his or her State Board (where applicable).

Approval for contact hours varies by state, as does the number of hours approved. To check if your state has approved contact hours for this program, view this PDF (above under Resources,) , or call 1-800-342-0454 to speak with a customer service representative.

No additional fees are charged for a re-test.

Bundle Purchase Option:

The DT Podiatric Risk Management Course – Volume 4 is available for $79. You may wish to consider bundling this course with a 1-year print subscription to the CME-publication Foot and Ankle Quarterly (FAQ) (up to 24 continuing education contact hours available) for a combined price of only $150. Save $128 by purchasing these two great products together!

Should you have any questions about setting up or accessing your account or would like to pay for the Course over the phone, please call a customer service representative at 1-800-342-0454.

Once you have paid and you have received notification that your account is live, you may access the online DT Podiatric Risk Management Course at www.dtpodiatricriskmanagement.com

Data Trace Publishing Company is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. Data Trace Publishing Company has approved this activity for a maximum of 6 continuing education contact hours.

Approval for contact hours varies by state, as does the number of hours approved.

  • Proficiency in Practice – Introduction
  • Case Study 1: Post-Operative Foot Infection
  • Case Study 2: Diabetic Foot Infection
  • Case Study 3: Traumatic Foot Infection
  • Risk Management Review: Common Foot Infections
  • Feature Article 1: Maximizing Patient Satisfaction Through Effective Communication
  • Feature Article 2: Documentation
  • CME Questionnaire and Assessment

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