“Medical Malpractice Insurance policies have become a commodity in the insurance industry, meaning that they are all about the same and there is not much difference in price from one company to the next.”This statement is not quite true. Actually, there are differences in the policies and the costs, and if you’re an OB/GYN, you
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Dental malpractice insurance is an essential element of any dentist’s practice. It covers them in the event they’re faced with a medical malpractice lawsuit or other legal proceedings from a patient claiming negligent care. This insurance minimizes any professional disruptions, ensuring that your dental office can continue to serve its patients without interruption from lawsuits.
Protecting yourself from liability is one of the most important things you should do as a physician when changing your practice or starting to provide an additional service. Thanks to modern technology, patients who cannot physically visit their doctor can now receive diagnoses, treatment advice, and prescriptions via telemedicine. This raises an interesting question –
Practicing medicine online through video chats or by phone call is risky. Although the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the use of Telehealth into prominence in the last few years, it still has inherent risks that need to be avoided, reduced, or insured against. The main concerns are medical malpractice claims for undiagnosed or misdiagnosed conditions, HIPAA