Risk Management For Acupuncture Clinics

Risk Management For Acupuncture Clinics
Wednesday, June 12th, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Pacific Time

2 free CAB Category 1 CEUs approved (Live only)
2 NCCAOM Safety PDAs approved

Panel Details

A proactive approach to mitigating risk can effectively safeguard your practice and enhance patient safety. Join our expert panel of seasoned Licensed Acupuncturists and a malpractice patient safety-risk management expert as we explore best practices in risk management. This panel will cover:

  • The importance of risk management in clinical practice
  • The four essential strategies for reducing risk and enhancing patient safety
  • Policies and/or procedures that reduce risk in the clinic
  • Methods for conducting a comprehensive clinic risk assessment
  • Simple ways to engage patients in co-creating a safe clinic environment
  • How to use clinical practice policies, procedures, and routine monitoring processes to mitigate potential risks.

Secure your spot now to gain invaluable insights from our expert panelists. Registration is free! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your clinical practice and deepen your understanding of malpractice claims and how to prevent them. 

2 free NCCAOM Safety PDAs & CAB Category 1 CEUs (Live only) approved.


  • Anthony Von der Muhll, L.Ac, DAOM, DNBAO, FAIPM with AOM Professional
  • Lisa Rohleder, L.Ac., MAcOM with POCA Tech
  • Michael Anderson, CPHRM – MIEC, Patient Safety and Risk Manager


  • Ann Marie Trione, LAc, MTCM, MSPH, Direct Account Manager (Acupuncture) at MIEC
  • Benjamin Zappin, LAc with Five Flavors Herbs
Panelist Bios:

Anthony Von der Mull, L.Ac, DAOM, DNBAO, FAIPM

Anthony is a highly respected clinician, educator, and expert witness in acupuncture orthopedics and sports medicine. With over 25 years of experience, he founded AOM Professional and has been teaching Certification in Acupuncture Orthopedics since 2015. Anthony serves as a clinical supervisor at esteemed institutions such as Five Branches University of TCM and the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences, where he imparts his extensive knowledge to aspiring practitioners.

Notably, he is renowned for his expertise as an expert witness for
the California Acupuncture Board and in civil malpractice
litigation. Currently practicing at the Sports Acupuncture
Clinic/Berkeley Bamboo Clinic in Virginia.

Lisa Rohleder, L.Ac., MAcOM

Lisa has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1994. In 2002 she founded the clinic that would become Working Class Acupuncture and piloted what’s now called the community acupuncture model. She also co-founded the POCA Cooperative and the POCA Technical Institute, the only accredited acupuncture school dedicated to training community acupuncturists. She’s currently a faculty member and Co-Executive Director for POCA Tech, and writes a regular newsletter, Acupuncture Can Change the World.

Headshot of Michael Anderson, MIEC's PSRM Manager

Michael Anderson, CPHRM

Michael holds a B.S. in Biology-Physiology from Penn State University, and he worked in clinical research in Critical Care and Orthopedics for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine before entering the field of medical malpractice.  Before becoming involved in Patient Safety, Michael worked for 17 years managing medical professional liability claims for physician-owned insurers.  Michael is a member of ASHRM, and he holds the Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management designation through the American Hospital Association.

Michael has lectured extensively on such topics as professional liability claims management, disclosure/apology, clinical documentation, medical practice management, privacy/confidentiality, telehealth, and best practices relating to patient safety and risk management in healthcare.   

Michael is currently the Manager of Patient Safety & Risk Management for MIEC, a medical professional liability insurer located in Oakland, CA.