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Charles E. Black, Jr.
Charlie Black is executive vice president and sales manager of Willis of Ohio's professional liability department in Columbus, Ohio. Charlie has worked in insurance since 1979.

Healthcare Cybersecurity: Risks and Solutions
It’s not a matter of if a data breach will occur in your medical practice—it’s a matter of when. Make sure your practice is prepared with these resources, including how to comply with HIPAA rules in the event of a breach, how to thwart ransomware attacks, how to combat password theft, and more.

Aug 26, 2022
Hip and Knee Replacements: An Examination of Malpractice Claims Against Orthopedic Surgeons From the Ambulatory and Inpatient Settings
Jacqueline Ross, RN, PhD, Coding Director, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management
The literature related to malpractice claims comparing inpatient and ambulatory knee and hip replacements has so far been limited. Therefore, the purpose of this novel study was to explore potential differences between the two settings in malpractice claims for surgery.

May 29, 2021, KevinMD
Mitigating Risks from Care During COVID-19
Richard E. Anderson, MD, FACP, chairman and chief executive officer of The Doctors Company and leader of TDC Group, discusses the impact of delayed care that took place during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Professional Education
Urinary Tract Injury Following Gynecologic Surgery: Mitigating Risks (The Doctor's Advocate CME)
A recent review of gynecologic surgery claims involving urinary tract fistulas reveals the importance of expanding the scope of the informed consent conversation prior to surgery.

Jun 18, 2021
Study of Emergency Department Diagnosis Case Type Malpractice Claims: Abstract
Jacqueline Ross, RN, PhD, Coding Director, Department of Patient Safety and Risk Management
A study of diagnosis-type closed medical malpractice claims from care that occurred in the ED from 2014 through the second quarter of 2019 using closed coded claims from The Doctors Company.

Video Dec 08, 2022

How Does the Overturn of Roe v. Wade Create Additional Healthcare Inequities?
In this short video from our recent "Navigating Healthcare in a Post-Roe World" webinar, Daniel Grossman, MD, Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) Director, University of California, San Francisco discusses some of the ways the overturn of Roe v. Wade has created additional healthcare inequities.

The Doctors Company Announces $8.5 Million Member Dividend
We are proud to announce The Doctors Company has approved a 2023 premium dividend of approximately $8.5 million, bringing the total of declared dividends to date to more than $455 million.

March 09, 2023, Medscape
Who Can Sue Docs for Wrongful Death? Some States Are Trying to Expand That Group
Remi Stone, Director of Government Relations, The Doctors Company, part of TDC Group, and Peter Kolbert, JD, Senior Vice President, Claim & Litigation Services, Healthcare Risk Advisors, part of TDC Group, discuss potential implications of wrongful death legislation.

April 05, 2021, Medical Economics
Your Future Telehealth Program: Building a Plan Beyond the 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 the importance of electronic health record (EHR) integration in telehealth systems, and the need for understanding clinical care and workflow.