Pearls and Things You Cannot Miss!
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 18, 2016
This is an overview of the things you cannot afford to miss. These are the "low hanging fruit" of the "zebras" we all worry about. Learn how to identify potential pitfalls, how to document to protect yourself, and how to avoid putting yourself in a dangerous situation.
- Identify risky patients/situations that might not appear risky
- Identify how to protect yourself
- Identify ways to ensure quality medical care is provided
- Identify how to ensure you will not miss potential pitfalls
- Describe the important documentation features that support your diagnosis
Faculty Bio: Ron Elfenbein, MD
Ron Elfenbein, MD graduated from Cornell University with High Honors and the SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, NY (Upstate Medical University) Cum Laude where he was elected to AOA, the national medical honor society. He completed his residency at Johns Hopkins serving his final year as chief resident. He was a finalist for the US Astronaut program, did research for NASA and secured a nearly million dollar US government grant to help design ways to provide emergency medical care in space. He served as a medical member of the US Secret Service team and deployed to the Salt Lake City Olympics as well as the White House complex on numerous occasions. He also served as an on site medical provider for the Subaru Primal Quest Adventure Race in the Sierra Nevada mountains as well as for numerous Baltimore City Marathons. Currently, he serves as a staff physician at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, MD. He is also the CEO and Chief Medical Office for DRs. ERgent Care in Crofton, MD.
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