From the monthly archives: April 2016

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What to do When you're Podiatry Malpractice Insurance Policy is Canceled?

hen your policy is canceled or you have let it lapsed:
 
The question that you should be asking is: “Will your  new Podiatry Malpractice Insurance Policy cover you for claims stemming from prior services?”

This is Tail Insurance.  These words define tail insurance: Insurance for claims presented in the future stemming from prior services (dating back to the ‘stated retroactive date’. Whether you are full-time or part-time, it is very important to continue uninterrupted chain of insurance.

The chain of insurance begins when you first incept your claims made professional liability insurance policy.

Effective Date becomes the Retroactive Date: Do not just cancel the policy and start fresh with  lower premium.  This will leave you bare and exposed to unprotected claims.


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Cybersecurity: Mitigate Against Hacking and Data Breach Risks

Our Medical Malpractice Insurance Carrier/Partner, - The Doctors’ Company published on their website:

Cybersecurity: Mitigate Against Hacking and Data Breach Risks

The  website reports that Cybercrime costs the U.S. economy billions of dollars each year and causes organizations to devote substantial time and resources to keeping their information secure.   This is even more important for healthcare organizations, the most frequently attacked form of business.  The most common statistic that we see reported is that  healthcare data breaches cost companies an average of $316 per record—the highest of any industry.* The Doctors Company's expert resources can help protect healthcare organizations and physician practices.

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