Now You See It; the Role of Radiology in Malpractice Claims

From partnering in the diagnostic journey to providing critical interventional care, the service of Radiology is a key contributor to the healthcare continuum, and as such, is a notable contributor to malpractice cases.

In this presentation, based on a 10 year study of Radiology claims, Dr. David Feldman, Chief Medical Officer for The Doctors Company Group and Dana Siegal, Director of Patient Safety Services for Candello, provided a detailed analysis of both diagnostic and procedural claims involving Radiology, including claim allegations / trends over time, expenses and indemnity, and associated clinical services. With focuses on understanding the primary drivers of these claims from interpretation and procedural issues to consultation and communication failures, including the factors that most influence litigation and paid claims, this Candello educational webinar is of great value to clinicians and claims managers alike.


  • Physicians and care teams including advanced practice clinicians
  • Clinical and executive leaders from health care organizations / clinical practices
  • Patient safety and risk management professionals
  • Risk and Claims Managers
  • MPL insurance leaders

View the Webinar Recording

Candello Members may access the recording and a PDF of the slides through the online Candello Community. No form submission required! For all non-members, please use the form below to view the webinar recording.


davidfeldmanLINKEDINDavid L. Feldman, MD, MBA, CPE, FAAPL, FACS, is the Chief Medical Officer for The Doctors Company and TDC Group. In addition, he is Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Healthcare Risk Advisors (HRA), a strategic business unit of TDC Group.

portrait of Dana Siegal

Dana Siegal, RN, CPHRM, CPPS, is the Director of Patient Safety Services for Candello, Solutions by CRICO, where she provides analytical and educational services to leading academic medical centers, community hospitals, and physician practices on the issues of medical liability and patient safety. She evaluates the risk profiles of health care organizations throughout the country, assessing where current vulnerabilities exist, and making recommendations for prioritizing action plans. Additionally, she provides detailed analysis of medical malpractice claims, with a specific focus on Diagnostic, OB, EHR, and Emergency Medicine.

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