We share our insights in published studies and articles that are distributed to members, medical and specialty societies, and national digital and print publications. We also provide multimedia materials that help you incorporate recommended risk mitigation strategies into your practice. Through these studies, we are able to identify risk factors that are within your control as well as those that are impacted by patient behavior, and provide strategies to help you mitigate those risks.
The claims analysis is just the beginning. We will follow up with you to ensure that the conversation between your staff and ours continues, and that we provide you with risk reduction strategies to protect you and your patients from harm.
This is a value-added service offered at no cost to you. It is part of our ongoing commitment to provide guidance and resources to members that advance the practice of good medicine.
Contact your patient safety risk manager or call the Patient Safety and Risk Management Department at (800) 421-2368, extension 1243.
Taking the Mal Out of Malpractice Insurance
We have a long history of transforming our industry and service to the profession. Today, as healthcare delivery continues to undergo unprecedented change, it is more important than ever to have a strong, trusted partner that helps you focus on what you do best—delivering care. That’s why we’re changing the role of the malpractice insurer to one of partner and thought leader—it’s malpractice insurance without the mal.
The Doctors Company partners with our members to provide innovative tools and services to identify potential sources of patient injury and enhance safety—a data-driven, collaborative approach designed to reduce adverse events and enhance patient satisfaction.
A patient safety risk manager is always available to provide industry-leading expertise, including custom programs, practice risk assessments, and education.
As part of our commitment to sharing the latest risk management tools and thought leadership, our unique INSIGHT programs are offered on these additional topics:
- Patient Experience
- Practice Risk
- Hospital Safety Culture
- Practice Safety Culture