The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner

Preventing Medical Malpractice: an interview with David Feldman, MD, MBA

October 16, 2022 Andrew Wilner, MD Season 1 Episode 70
Preventing Medical Malpractice: an interview with David Feldman, MD, MBA
The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
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The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner
Preventing Medical Malpractice: an interview with David Feldman, MD, MBA
Oct 16, 2022 Season 1 Episode 70
Andrew Wilner, MD

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Many thanks to David Feldman, MD, MBA (and many other initials!) for joining me on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.”

Dr. Feldman practiced as a plastic surgeon for 20 years and became interested in improving operating room efficiency and patient safety. This passion led him to become a Medical Staff President, obtain an MBA from New York University, and achieve his current role as Chief Medical Officer at the Doctors Company. The Doctors Company is the largest physician-owned malpractice company in the country.

Dr. Feldman specializes in strategies to decrease malpractice claims and improve patient safety. We had an interesting discussion about the world of malpractice. Dr. Feldman offered the “Three Ps” to help physicians and other health care providers reduce their risk of malpractice suits.

Please join us for this informative 30-minute interview.

To learn more about risk reduction and the “Three Ps,” you can contact Dr. Feldman at his email: dfeldman@tdchra.com

You can listen to "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" on the web: https://andrewwilner.buzzsprout.com/ or on your favorite podcast player! 

Also available as video on YouTube. Please search for "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner."

If you are a physician considering transitioning to a nonclinical career, a good place to start is https://www.newscript.app, developed by John Jurica, MD, and Tom Davis, MD. I am a "mentor" for the site to share my expertise in locum tenens.

Feedback is welcome! Please rate, review, and share every episode you learn from and enjoy! You’ll find a new program every two weeks.

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To contribute:

Please click "Fanmail" and share your feedback!

If you enjoy an episode, please share with friends and colleagues. "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" is now available on Alexa! Just say, "Play podcast The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!"

To never miss a program, subscribe at www.andrewwilner.com. You'll learn about new episodes and other interesting programs I host on Medscape.com, ReachMD.com, and RadioMD.com.

Please rate and review each episode.

To contact Dr. Wilner or to join the mailing list: www.andrewwilner.com

To support this program: https://www.patreon.com/andrewwilner

Finally, this production has been made possible in part by support from “The Art of Medicine's” wonderful sponsor, Locumstory.com, a resource where providers can get real, unbiased answers about locum tenens. If you are interested in locum tenens, or considering a new full-time position, please go to Locumstory.com.


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Show Notes

Dr. Wilner would love your feedback! Click here to send a text! Thanks!

Many thanks to David Feldman, MD, MBA (and many other initials!) for joining me on “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.”

Dr. Feldman practiced as a plastic surgeon for 20 years and became interested in improving operating room efficiency and patient safety. This passion led him to become a Medical Staff President, obtain an MBA from New York University, and achieve his current role as Chief Medical Officer at the Doctors Company. The Doctors Company is the largest physician-owned malpractice company in the country.

Dr. Feldman specializes in strategies to decrease malpractice claims and improve patient safety. We had an interesting discussion about the world of malpractice. Dr. Feldman offered the “Three Ps” to help physicians and other health care providers reduce their risk of malpractice suits.

Please join us for this informative 30-minute interview.

To learn more about risk reduction and the “Three Ps,” you can contact Dr. Feldman at his email: dfeldman@tdchra.com

You can listen to "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" on the web: https://andrewwilner.buzzsprout.com/ or on your favorite podcast player! 

Also available as video on YouTube. Please search for "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner."

If you are a physician considering transitioning to a nonclinical career, a good place to start is https://www.newscript.app, developed by John Jurica, MD, and Tom Davis, MD. I am a "mentor" for the site to share my expertise in locum tenens.

Feedback is welcome! Please rate, review, and share every episode you learn from and enjoy! You’ll find a new program every two weeks.

To receive the latest updates and links, please sign up at: www.andrewwilner.com

To contribute:

Please click "Fanmail" and share your feedback!

If you enjoy an episode, please share with friends and colleagues. "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" is now available on Alexa! Just say, "Play podcast The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!"

To never miss a program, subscribe at www.andrewwilner.com. You'll learn about new episodes and other interesting programs I host on Medscape.com, ReachMD.com, and RadioMD.com.

Please rate and review each episode.

To contact Dr. Wilner or to join the mailing list: www.andrewwilner.com

To support this program: https://www.patreon.com/andrewwilner

Finally, this production has been made possible in part by support from “The Art of Medicine's” wonderful sponsor, Locumstory.com, a resource where providers can get real, unbiased answers about locum tenens. If you are interested in locum tenens, or considering a new full-time position, please go to Locumstory.com.


Or paste this link into your browser:

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