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Eligible policyholders can earn premium discounts by completing risk management coursework by Dec. 31, 2021. Why wait until the last minute?
ISMIE is currently providing virtual assessments with the same attention to detail as onsite visits.
As vaccine supplies increase, primary care physicians and medical offices can play a much larger role in COVID-19 vaccinations.
ISMIE's new risk management resource offers helpful guidance on how to proceed if you suspect a patient may be a victim of domestic violence.
Gain a better understanding of the healthcare disparities that frequently affect LGTBQ patients and learn how to make your practice more inclusive.
As we go to press, the Illinois Senate continues to meet despite the General Assembly session deadline passing yesterday. In recent days there has been a flurry of actions occurring in Springfield.
In a new article, ISMIE Assistant Vice President of Risk Management Michael H. O’Neill, CPHRM, shares insights on the risk management trends that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting this week, Illinois physicians are able to order COVID-19 vaccines directly and have the vaccines delivered to their offices.
If you're in need of a certificate of insurance for credentialing for your upcoming policy renewal -- ISMIE makes it easy!
Did you know that the most effective defense against a potential lawsuit begins long before a court date is set?
That's not "real mozzarella cheese" the plaintiff accuses in the federal lawsuit, which is seeking class action status.
The article offers strategies on your interactions with the patients and their caregivers and many additional resources.
As the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines continues, it's important for healthcare professionals to be aware of the evolving risk management considerations.
ISMIE has identified the top four risk factors for radiology and has tips on how to improve diagnostic accuracy and to mitigate risk.
ISMIE offers courses that are designed to satisfy Illinois's CME mandates on sexual misconduct prevention.
The month recognizes the importance of supporting families and communities to foster healthy child and youth development.
National Healthcare Decision Day is Friday, April 16.
The report is the result of an analysis of the key trends observed in risk assessments conducted by ISMIE in 2019.
ISMIE has a new resource that can help you encourage your patients to roll up a sleeve.