Evening Rounds

As a division of the MedPro Group, PLICO is partnering with them to upgrade our learning management system. In 2024, most registrants will be NEW USERS and will be asked to create a MedPro account that will link to their new Rievent account. Please print or open in a new tab to assist with registering. 

Evening Rounds is a risk management PREMIER ACTIVITY. PLICO is pleased to offer our insured providers the opportunity to attend Premier Activities* throughout the year in 2024. In addition to complimentary AMA PRA Category 1 CME™ credit, Evening Rounds sessions cover a variety of topics and provide valuable information to decrease risk and improve the quality of patient care. Evening Rounds sessions are available in Tulsa and Oklahoma City in the first and second quarters of the year. Please see below for the current schedule. 

Legal Update 2024
Chance Holland, Esq
Sid Smith, Esq
Breakfast and Registration: 8:30am-9am; Program: 9am-11am
- September 28: Oklahoma State Medical Association
Sorry Works!
Doug Wojcieszak
This presentation will provide an overview of disclosure and apology principles using cases and real-world examples. Audience members will learn how to run to a problem and stay connected with consumers, even after crippling injuries or deaths potentially caused by medical errors. The presentation will show attendees how to implement disclosure principles in their practices and keep the culture alive going forward. 
Dinner and Registration: 5pm-6pm; Program: 6pm-9pm
- September 30: Oklahoma State Medical Assocation, OKC
- October 1: Tandy Medical Academic Building, Tulsa
Perplexing Risk Management Issues Regarding Artficial Intelligence 
John Banja, PhD
Dinner and Registration: 5pm-6pm; Program: 6pm-9pm
- October 14: Tandy Medical Academic Building, Tulsa
- October 15: Oklahoma State Medical Assocation, OKC
Technology in Healthcare: A Mixed Blessing - new dates!
Graham Billingham, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
Technology in healthcare continues to evolve faster than our ability to adapt. By understanding the limitations of technology, we can improve patient safety, outcomes and expectations. Technology is a mixed blessing because while it can bring many improvements to care, it also can increase risk. There is a steep learning curve associated with any new technology but in healthcare, it can come at the patients' expense. This presentation will analyze malpractice data, common errors and challenges in deploying new technology in healthcare. We will focus on risk mitigation strategies that prevent erros before they happen, and reduce risk to patients and providers and improve both patient safety and outcomes. 
Dinner and Registration: 5pm-6pm; Program: 6pm-9pm
- October 26: Oklahoma State Medical Assocation, OKC
- October 24: CityPlex, Tulsa
PDF schedule: coming soon!
*Insureds who successfully complete these programs may be eligible for a risk management premium credit at their next policy renewal. Premium credit eligibility is subject to policy type.