From the monthly archives: September 2015

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Telemedicine is the Latest Disruptive Force in a Changing HealthCare Landscape

More patients, Higher Quality, Lower Cost

The Affordable Care Act is proposing to make medicine available to more people, at a higher quality, safer accessible care at a lower price.  Achieving just one of these goals is almost unrealistic and unachievable; Telemedicine makes the goal more realistic.  With nurse practitioners and physician assistants accessing technology to communicate with patients the concept of a physician extender is broad making healthcare truly more accessible with economies of scale that come from extending technology to every practice in every county and territory cost-containment certain to be a result.  Physicians and medical groups have taken advantage of and incorporated telemedicine to their practice: dermatologist , nutritionist,  therapists, psychiatrists, radiologists and even some other sub-specialties have  all normalized the use of technology/ telemedicine  in their practices.
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How to Best Insure Clinical Trial Organizations and Principal and Sub Investigators?

Adding Clinical Trial Malpractice can change the underlying physician’s rating: It should be noted for example they are presently rated as part time by their medical malpractice carrier then the added work outlined by a clinical trial contract may bump them to full-time and resulted in increase in premium however, the work would still be covered by the endorsed policy.
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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

  8. Re: Who Can Perform Liposuction Surgery?

    This is very interesting content! I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your points and have come to the...

    -- Re: Who Can Perform Liposuction Surgery?

    Thanks for helping me understand any licensed physician can actually perform this procedure as per the...

    -- Millie Hue

  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