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PSOs and Litigation: Maximize Your Protections


Healthcare providers are challenged to protect sensitive patient safety information, while performing essential safety, risk, and quality work. Patient Safety Organizations (PSOs) can provide a federally protected environment, where providers can complete vital safety work to enhance the quality of care without fear of discovery.

During this webinar, attorney Andy Bolin of Bolin Law Group will discuss the legal protections afforded to providers under the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act and the importance of engaging with a PSO. He will also dissect real-world cases to explain the protections available to healthcare organizations, including hospitals, ambulatory care, ambulatory surgical centers, and long-term care.

Learning objectives

During this webinar, the speaker will discuss:

  • Establishment of Patient Safety Evaluation System and its relation to PSOs
  • Recent litigation

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Agenda & Speakers

Andrew S. Bolin, JD

Partner and Owner, Bolin Law Group
Andrew Bolin is a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial attorney. After graduating from Stetson Law School cum laude in 2002, Mr. Bolin began his practice defending clients against professional liability and personal injury claims. In addition to handling civil trials, Mr. Bolin has been asked to support various clients through amicus curiae briefs in front of the State of Florida Appellate Courts, the Florida Supreme Court, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Bolin is also a registered Florida lobbyist and is called upon frequently to draft bill language and present topics involving professional malpractice and tort reform to the Florida Legislature. He has received the Fred Sievert award for his accomplishments in furthering the interests of the defense bar and is a past President for the Florida Defense Lawyer's Association and a past State Representative for Florida to the Defense Research Institute.