Case Law: ELM's Building Blocks
ELM courses illustrate salient teaching points using actual case law in a diverse spectrum of liability concerns. This is accomplished by transforming case law into digestible, easy-to-read clinical situations that are used as the building blocks for each course.
Cases to Courses to Programs
Relevant cases are assembled to build courses, with the goal of teaching providers how to identify and mitigate risk in their clinical practices. Courses can then be assembled together to build programs.
To date, ELM has a repository of more than 2,000 cases. Each case presents the healthcare provider as the central character within a clinical situation and mimics the grand rounds style of education, to which physicians are accustomed.