Malpractice Insurance

Nov 17, 2022
Financial and Workplace Well-Being for Doctors: Lessons for Life After Medical School
This free, academic lecture series is designed to help doctors take control of their financial and workplace well-being, so they can focus on what they do best—providing superior patient care.

Professional Education
Reducing the Risk of a Malpractice Claim
This enduring program is designed to assist physicians, dentists, and advanced practice clinicians, improve patient safety by providing information on how to implement a root cause analysis (RCA2) when a near-miss, or injury has been identified. Real cases serve as examples of how sustainable change can minimize human and environmental factors while decreasing system failures and reducing the risk of a malpractice claim.
1.0 credit

Jul 13, 2022
Malpractice May Be Negative, but Its Data Can Generate Positive Results
David L. Feldman, MD, MBA, FACS, Chief Medical Officer, The Doctors Company and TDC Group
We can leverage malpractice data to target and drive investment in patient safety efforts. Malpractice data shows us very clearly that good communication and teamwork are vital to preventing adverse events and malpractice claims—while also dramatically improving working conditions and enhancing patient safety.

Jun 17, 2022
Practice Protection for Administrative and Regulatory Actions
Richard F. Cahill, JD, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, and Kathleen Stillwell, MPA/HSA, RN, Senior Patient Safety Risk Manager, The Doctors Company
Our legal and patient safety experts describe the types of complaints against healthcare professionals that trigger agency investigations and advise how to respond to notifications.
From The Doctor’s Advocate

Mar 24, 2022
Malpractice Litigation Strategies in a Pandemic World: Tackling Skeptical Jurors, Trial Delays, Social Inflation
Marco Spadacenta, Senior Vice President of Claims, The Doctors Company and TDC Group
In the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, medical malpractice suit challenges have been exacerbated by delays in proceedings, resulting in many more months or years on this emotional roller coaster to resolution.

Sep 17, 2021
Physician-Owned Carriers Invest to Benefit Those Who Are Insured, not Shareholders
TC Wilson, Chief Investment Officer, The Doctors Company and TDC Group
Physicians should understand the risks of their medical malpractice carrier’s investments and make sure they are covered by an insurer who has their interests at heart and, therefore, takes a prudent and relatively conservative approach to investing.

Video Jun 11, 2021
Why It’s Vital to Choose a Doctor-Owned Medical Malpractice Insurer
Robert E. White Jr., chief operating officer of The Doctors Company and TDC Group, discusses how a doctor-owned company offers benefits that shareholder-owned companies can’t match

Apr 19, 2021
Why It’s Vital to Choose a Doctor-Owned Medical Malpractice Insurer
Robert E. White Jr., Chief Operating Officer, The Doctors Company, and a Leader of the TDC Group of Companies
Choosing a medical malpractice insurer involves more than just reviewing the cost of premiums—physicians must consider which insurer has their best interests at heart. Consolidation in the industry has led to shareholder-owned companies acquiring doctor-owned companies and vice-versa. When an acquisition brings a doctor-owned company into the hands of shareholders, physicians have a prime opportunity to ask: Is this the type of insurer I want protecting my reputation?

Apr 09, 2021
Malpractice Claims from the COVID-19 Pandemic: More Questions Than Answers
Robert E. White Jr., Chief Operating Officer, The Doctors Company
The pandemic has raised pressing questions around preventive measures, vaccines, and safe treatment, but it has also obscured one key lingering uncertainty for medical professionals: Where are all the medical malpractice claims?

Sep 22, 2020
Should Dentists in One Office Have One Malpractice Insurer?
Laura Archer, Vice President of Underwriting for The Doctors Company
One often-overlooked strategy for a group practice is having all dental professionals covered by the same malpractice insurer: With a group policy, a practice can keep up with changes, avoid damaging conflicts, maximize chances for desirable outcomes when claims arise—and even potentially realize a positive impact on premium.

Jul 24, 2020
Medical Liability Protections for Healthcare Professionals Benefit Us All
Robert White, Executive Vice President, Medical Professional Liability, The Doctors Company
Physicians and other healthcare providers who have made good-faith efforts to provide the best possible care under crisis conditions should be able to continue focusing on their patients and not have to live under the shadow of potential unwarranted litigation. While many states have extended targeted medical liability protections to healthcare providers, federal protection is essential.

Jun 04, 2020
Top 7 Insurance and Legal Questions for Resuming Medical Practice During COVID-19
Todd Zeiter, Senior Vice President, National Underwriting
We’ve heard from physicians that they are concerned about the risks involved in reopening their practices, resuming elective procedures, or otherwise resuming something closer to their usual patient interactions.

Jul 18, 2019
How the Medical Malpractice System Influences Care
Richard E. Anderson, MD, FACP, Chairman and CEO, The Doctors Company
Richard E. Anderson, MD, FACP, The Doctors Company chairman and CEO, discusses how the medical malpractice system often burdens good physicians with years-long lawsuits—and shows how the cost of defensive medicine affects us all.

Jan 24, 2018
You’ve Been Served: Lawsuit Survival Tips for Physicians
Douglas McCullough, Esq., Assistant Vice President, Claims
Although it’s a reality that the majority of physicians will face a medical malpractice claim in, few are prepared when served with a lawsuit.

Mar 29, 2017
It’s Time to Reset the Medical Malpractice Insurance Conversation
Richard E. Anderson, MD, FACP
After speaking with more than 800 doctors, practice managers, and group administrators nationwide, it’s clear that it’s time to reset the conversation around medical malpractice insurance. Dr. Anderson explains why he believes companies should serve the medical profession by partnering with those who provide care.

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