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- FEB 23, 2015The Doctors Company Announces Comprehensive Risk Solutions for Outpatient Medical Facilities
- FEB 05, 2015New Cybersecurity Report Focuses on Protecting Health Data
- FEB 03, 2015The Doctors Company Announces New Senior Vice President of Insurance Services
- FEB 02, 2015Study Reveals Underlying Vulnerabilities in the Practice of Cardiology
- JAN 05, 2015The Doctors Company Appoints William C. Rupp, MD, to Board of Governors
- FEB 11, 2015Top Business Risks for Medical Practices, CAPG Health
Mike Rosenthal, vice president, The Doctors Company Insurances Services, discusses the business exposures beyond malpractice that practices face that can lead to high defense costs and significant fines and penalties.
- FEB 09, 2015The Significance of the Anthem Cybersecurity Breach, Bloomberg Radio
Craig Musgrave, senior vice president, CIO, The Doctors Company, reviews steps physicians can take to lessen the risk of a data breach on "The Bloomberg Advantage."
- JAN 18, 2015Telemedicine Is a Growing Practice Model, But Beware of the Risks, KevinMD
While telemedicine has a lot to offer America’s health system, physicians must carefully consider when to incorporate it into the continuum of care and beware of potential risks, says B. Tilman Jolly, MD, member of The Doctors Company’s Executive Advisory Board and chief medical officer, Specialists On Call.
- JAN 10, 2015EMRs Can Hurt Physicians During Lawsuits. Here’s How., KevinMD
Keith L. Klein, MD, explains how electronic medical records (EMRs) can lead to lawsuits or result in a weak defense by casting the physician in an unfavorable light. Dr. Klein cites a study by The Doctors Company of EMR-related closed claims from 2007 to 2013.
Cardiology Closed Claims Study
The practice of cardiology has underlying vulnerabilities that can put patients at risk of injury and can increase liability for cardiologists and other doctors who treat heart patients. This graphic outlines the most common patient safety risks.