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The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute Announces Agreement With Pioneering Health Care Simulation Organization, PSO One
Date:9/3/2008

actors that are more often the cause of medical errors or patient injury or death. I am certain PSO One will be a driving force in revolutionizing training and patient safety in hospitals."

The agreement with PSO One establishes The RM&PSI as a marketer to hospitals and health systems for non-research-focused in-situ simulation throughout the United States. The RM&PSI will also collaborate with PSO One to provide qualified professional staff for simulation engagements.

About RM&PSI

The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute (RM&PSI), a subsidiary of FinCor Holdings Inc., is a leader in helping health care providers and institutions with clinical risk reduction, quality patient outcomes, education and claims management. For more information, go to http://www.rmpsi.com.

About PSO One Inc

Through the use of strategically designed scenarios and advanced simulation devices, Patient Safety Organization One (PSO One), can replicate real-world situations to evaluate systems, processes and team behaviors in health care organizations. While other organizations can merely observe situations that happen to occur in the health care institution, PSO One can trigger situations that will force health care teams and the corresponding health care systems to function in emergent and critical scenarios without the stress of being a real patient.

About FinCor Holdings

Through its subsidiaries -- FinCor Solutions, The Risk Management and Patient Safety Institute, MHA Insurance Company, Washington Casualty Company and Capital Risk Solutions -- FinCor Holdings Inc. provides industry-leading insurance products and support services, including medical professional liability insurance, workers' compensation insurance and risk management solutions to clients nationally. With its years of experience focusing on financial loss protection and clinical risk reduction, FinCor Holdings has built an
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