Obstetrics malpractice claims continue to be the most expensive within the medical malpractice arena.
Lloyd Law Group Ltd.
Galloway, Lucchese, Everson & Picchi
Medical Insights From
Professor of Pediatrics
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Director, Rainbow Center for Pediatric Ethics
Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Division of Neonatology
Michael G. Ross, MD MPH
Distinguished Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Public Health
UCLA School of Medicine
Carolyn M. Salafia, MD
Placental Analytics, LLC
Max Wiznitzer, MD
UH Cleveland Medical Center
Insurance Industry Insights From
Chief Executive Officer
Combs & Company, LLC
Senior Vice President
New This Year
- UNDERSTAND how Dobbs may open the practice of Obstetrics to civil as well as criminal liabilities
- DEVELOP a thorough understanding of the Use of AI in Obstetric Diagnostics
- DECIPHER the complexities of Telehealth Usage in Obstetrics
- EXAMINE new guidelines for fetal heart monitoring strips as well as liabilities for misinterpretation
- ASSESS the use of brain cooling technologies to avoid HIE and brain and neurological dysfunction
About this Conference
Obstetric malpractice claims continue to be among the costliest of medical malpractice claims, with birth injury claims being the most expensive. In the last few years, at least 80% of obstetrician-gynecologists have reported being named as a defendant in a medical malpractice lawsuit.*
As such, it is more crucial than ever before for obstetric stakeholders to stay up to date on the latest medical advancements, constantly evolving technology, and groundbreaking case verdicts, to assess costly malpractice law suits. For all these reasons and more, this is a must attend event.
Our unparalleled faculty of claim specialists, risk managers, medical experts – as well as a wide array of plaintiff and defense attorneys – will share their insights on some of the most complex medical and legal challenges posed in today’s post pandemic world.
* Medscape study May 21-Aug 28, 2021.
Who You Will Meet and Why They Attend
- Plaintiff and defense attorneys who litigate medical malpractice cases attend in order to get a solid grounding on the latest medical issues upon which cases are based.
- Insurance professionals attend in order to obtain valuable insights and strategies for assessing professional negligence claims and to better understand litigation strategies and hospital risk management techniques.
- Doctors, nurses and hospital risk/quality assurance managers attend in order to benchmark their current practices and procedures and develop a deeper understanding of the current state of obstetric malpractice litigation.
This conference is one of the best-kept secrets in OB Malpractice continuing education! It sources the leaders in both medicine & law and provides both the plaintiff & defense perspective.
The seminar offered a wide variety of very relevant topics and speakers, fostering a diverse discussion among attendees about varying views on the topics presented.
Extremely high caliber of information, expertise and especially hearing from physicians who offer practical insight and experiences.