Medical Malpractice Insurance 101
Medical malpractice insurance can be a confusing topic to navigate. We've put together a collection of articles to help our clients and prosptects understand medical proessional liability insurance.
The EHR has introduced patient safety risks and unanticipated medical liability risks. According to a new study, the number of EHR-related medical malpractice claims has risen over the past 10 years.
Healthcare practices and facilities are depending more and more on cloud storage because it gives users the ability to access data across a variety of electronic devices while eliminating the costs and difficulties associated with maintaining a physical storage system.
The repercussions of data breaches can be daunting. A business that suffers a breach of unencrypted PHI or a ransomware attack must report the breach to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights.
Bringing a new physician into a growing practice can be exciting for both the group and the new hire. We strongly recommend that all groups make use of written agreements, whether the physician is an employee or an independent contractor.
Bedside manner is not only important in the healing process, but it is also one of the most important factors in determining whether or not an unanticipated event results in the filing of a malpractice claim.
In California, physicians have many options for meeting their professional liability needs, but you should be aware that not all organizations offering coverage are true insurance companies.
Whether you’re choosing medical malpractice insurance for the first time or seeking additional coverage for an established practice, selecting the right insurer is one of the most important decisions you’ll make