What will the new HIPAA Omnibus Rule mean in terms of malpractice and professional liability insurance issues for physicians? Here's an explanation.
Recent high-profile lawsuits involving bloodborne pathogen exposures highlight the risk of complacency and the need for industry responsibility.
Traumatic brain injury claims can be brought years after an initial injury, so physicians need to take steps to identify, prevent, and follow through.
Learn the difference between claims-made and occurrence-based malpractice policies for physicians, tail insurance, and more.
Here are five steps physicians can take to secure the benefits of ancillary products and services while minimizing the risks.
Developing a comprehensive strategy to decrease or transfer risk should be part of every physician's financial plan.
The disability coverage you bought as a medical student can do more harm than good if used today. Here are three issues physicians should address immediately.
Psychiatrist Daniel B. Block lays out his first term as president of the United States of Utopia.
You can control medical practice expenses and risks by asking six important questions about the appropriate insurance coverage and carriers