A risk management program for dental schools.

Abstract

Risk management is an organized activity designed to reduce the risk of legal claims and minimize the awards that arise as a result of professional and general negligence by the staff of an institution. As a result of the malpractice crisis, the accompanying unprecedented rise in insurance costs, and the transformation of dental school clinics to include the role of providing services to the community, Risk Management Programs are assuming an ever-increasing prominence. This article describes the development and organization of the Risk Management Program at one school.

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@article{Pollack1982ARM, title={A risk management program for dental schools.}, author={Brian R Pollack and H. Waldman}, journal={Journal of dental education}, year={1982}, volume={46 2}, pages={93-6} }