From the monthly archives: December 2015

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Telemedicine Malpractice Insurance Growth

Telemedicine Malpractice Insurance is similar to Hospitalist Malpractice Insurance:
Growth, it is important to manage the bottom

In the years and years of working in the medical malpractice insurance industry I have experienced many recurring issues in underwriting, changes in appetite (so to speak) of the companies.  And on the other side, there are  challenges administering medical groups - the cost of tail insurance which is triggered every time a physician cancels off of a claims made malpractice insurance policy, can quickly escalate the cost of managing a growing medical group’s expenses.

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Protect yourself from Data Theft Liability

Administrative Defense Insurance

This limit (or sub limit) of insurance protects you in the event you are named in a claim against you for some disciplinary event.
The Doctors Company medical malpractice policy comes with a $25,000 expense limit to respond in the event you  are named in an administrative claim. Administrative claims are those incidents which are not medical malpractice related and still requires defense in order to protect your good name, your reputation and  your assets.

These proceedings cost time, energy and  money; and the success of the defense depends upon access to professionals:  accountants, auditors and attorneys.  Coverage of $ 25,000 means that you can respond to medical board actions, disciplinary actions allegations of Medicare fraud and abuse professionally and with confidence.

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  1. Re: Clinical Research Liability

    Do you recommend purchasing a tail insurance or a occurrence based insurance and add a tail policy afterwards...

    -- Ann Shang

  2. Re: Clinical Research Liability

    I am talking with a CTO in the US ( I am in US too) to be a contractor doing clinical trials on a part...

    -- Ann Shang

  3. Re: The Podiatrists Market Research Report states that demand for podiatrists will likely benefit from healthcare reform.

    My husband has been feeling a lot of pain in his feet recently. We think this could be due to his posture...

    -- Sarah

  4. Re: Developing Walk In and Urgent Care Centers

    It's good to see that urgent care facilities are becoming more and more prevalent. You are right that...

    -- Caden Dahl

  5. Re: Functional Medicine Malpractice Insurance

    Interested in obtaining information for FM MP

    -- Cynthia Shughrue

  6. Re: Visiting Residents/Intern/ Fellow (Hands On) Medical Malpractice Insurance

    I am a final year medical student planning to do a couple of electives in medical school in the US and...

    -- Varun

  7. Re: Medical Malpractice Insurance Benefits, expanding to outpatient facilities

    I like the idea of some of the cost returning to the normal discounted market after a few years of claims...

    -- Dave Anderson

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  9. Re: The Podiatrists Market Research Report states that demand for podiatrists will likely benefit from healthcare reform.

    Thanks for giving me more information about the benefits of podiatrists from the healthcare reform. ...

    -- James