• Amori, G.H., “Role Play as a Key Strategy for Teaching Disclosure Skills,” Harvard Health Forum, 2003.


  • Amori, G.H., “Disclosure Skills Training” in Harvard Risk Management Foundation Forum, 23(2), April 2003, Pp 16-17.


  • Principal Author: ASHRM Monograph Series on Disclosure: 2004


  • Part 1:  Disclosure of Unanticipated Events: The Next Step In Better Communication With Patients;


  • Part 2:  Disclosure of Unanticipated Events: Creating An Effective Patient Communication Policy;


  • Part 3: Disclosure: What Works Now And What Can Work Even Better.



  • Amori, G.H. “Office Practice Risk Management” in Wolper, L. (editor), Physician Practice Management: Essential Operational and Financial Knowledge.  Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett, 2005

  • Amori, GH, “Interpersonal Communication Skills: The Ultimate Loss Control Tool” in Carroll, R. (editor), Risk Management Handbook for Healthcare Organizations, 5th Edition: San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2006.


  • Amori, GH “Risk Management Pearls on Disclosure of Adverse Events” Chicago: American Society for Healthcare Risk Management, 2006.

  • Amori, G.  Volume 9, "Risk Management” in Wolper, LF (managing editor) Medical Practice Management Body of Knowledge Review.  Englewood, CO: MGMA, 2006.

  • Zimmerman, T and Amori, G.  “Including patients in root cause and system failure analysis: Legal and psychological implications.” Journal of Healthcare Risk Management,  Vol 27: Issue 2, 2007, Pp 27-34.

  • Amori, G and Popp, P. “The timing of early resolution: Working at the patient’s pace” Journal of Healthcare Risk Management, Vol 27: Issue 3, 2007, Pp 19-23.

  • Amori, G.  “Changing medical management of death to meet the changing process of death: Book review” Journal of Healthcare Risk Management, Vol 27: Issue 4, 2008, P 7.

  • Zimmerman, T and Amori, G. “Patient Involvement in System Failure Analysis Engaging the Overlooked Partner” in Spath, P. (editor).  Engaging Patients as Safety Partners: A Guide for Reducing Errors and Improving Satisfaction, Chicago: AHA Press, 2008.

  • Amori, G. “Preventing and responding to medical identity theft” Journal of Healthcare Risk Management, Vol 28: Issue 2, 2008, Pp 33-42.


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