Professional Education
Top Five Risks for Your Practice
11/9/2023, Sun Valley, CA
A malpractice claim may not be your biggest medical practice risk. Physicians face concerning risks that have developed over the past several years. Attend this session to benefit from an increased awareness and understanding of the top five risks associated with your medical practice today. This program will provide you with information on the top five risks and offer guidance and strategies to help reduce your practice risks. Please join us for this important session.

June 12, 2023, Part B News
As Gun Laws Loosen, Prepare for Possibly Armed Patients
As gun laws grow more permissive across the country, clinicians should be aware of the possibility that patients may attend medical appointments armed. Richard F. Cahill, Esq., Vice President and Associate General Counsel, The Doctors Company, part of TDC Group, provides guidance how to prepare for untoward events.

Dec 12, 2019
CME Course Addresses Spinal Epidural Abscess
Learn about diagnosing and treating spinal epidural abscess with our complimentary CME course.
From The Doctor’s Advocate

Video Jan 09, 2018

Finding Hidden Liability Risks in Medical Practices
What risks are you missing? What questions aren't you asking? Ted Abernathy, MD, of Pediatric & Adolescent Health Partners in Virginia, used The Doctors Company's Practice Risk INSIGHT Service to do a full and comprehensive liability evaluation of his practice. The data-driven recommendations from this evaluation helped him find ways to improve safety and reduce his risk, including changes to protocols, policies, and forms, as well as establishing a parent advisory council.

November 17, 2023, Healthcare Business Today
As State Laws Change, Clinicians Need Medical Malpractice Legal Representation
Richard F. Cahill, Esq., Vice President and Associate General Counsel, The Doctors Company, part of TDC Group, discusses how changing laws place additional pressure on clinicians to secure trusted legal counsel.

2020 Community Investment Annual Report
It was clear that 2020 was an extraordinary year, as our members and all healthcare providers dealt with conditions more fitting to a battlefield than healthcare. But as our members met and exceeded the challenges, we were also proud to see our employees and nonprofit partners rise to meet the needs of our communities.

Health and Disability Insurance
A benefit program customized for your staff’s health and disability insurance needs. In today’s healthcare environment, the challenges of running a medical group are complex. We offer consultative, customized and innovative solutions to reduce and control costs, manage employee benefits, and safeguard your practice.

Feb 16, 2021
COVID-19 Vaccine Questions Answered by Virtual Panel of Healthcare Experts
As healthcare leaders around the country make decisions to guide the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, renowned physician experts Robert M. Wachter, MD, and Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH, discussed how the pandemic is reshaping the future of medicine and healthcare delivery during a virtual meeting hosted by the TDC Group of companies (TDC Group) on February 3. These two longtime collaborators compared ideas and answered questions regarding the timing of doses, when vaccinated individuals can relax pandemic safety measures a bit, and other vital topics.

April 01, 2021, Healthcare Risk Management
Telemedicine Law Changes Confusing, but Waivers Protect During Pandemic
Chad Anguilm, vice president of in-practice technology services with Medical Advantage, part of the TDC Group of companies, is among experts quoted on recent federal legislation that allows for payments to be provided to physicians for treating Medicare patients with mental health issues.

Video Dec 16, 2019

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Benefits and Risks
A third of U.S. physicians are already using artificial intelligence (AI) in their practices, and many believe there is ample reason to think this advanced technology can help address diagnostic errors—the largest cause of malpractice claims. However, there are still unresolved questions about the risks.