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<img height=”1″ width=”1″ style=”display:none” src=”https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=487782504904168&ev=PageView&noscript=1″ /> We’ve worked with hundreds of physicians and understand that for them, obtaining medical malpractice insurance can be a burdensome task that neither you nor your staff are ever ready to handle. Let’s face it, insurance coverage is not a desirable thing to shop for, but it is a “must […]
Tail coverage malpractice insurance provides the ability for an insured to report claims to their insurance company after a claims made policy ends. With a claims made policy, coverage for any new claims for professional services rendered during the policy period ends upon cancellation. Therefore, in order be able to submit claims to the insurance […]
According to Investopedia, Disruptive Technologies are described as: A technology that significantly alters the way that businesses operate. A disruptive technology may force companies to alter the way that they approach their business, risk losing market share or risk becoming irrelevant. Recent examples of disruptive technologies include smart phones and the e-commerce retailing. We are […]
Sometimes prospective new clients, who are approaching their medical malpractice insurance expiration date, find it easier to just take the rubber stamp approach and renew the same old insurance policy for the new year. After all, everyone is busy and this “rubber stamp renewal” approach might seem a good way to save time. But, as in […]
We are currently working with two physicians who have had significant changes in their practice since their medical malpractice coverage renewed earlier this year. An opportunity arose for one physician to work for a larger organization that would pay for her malpractice insurance. The other physician decided to perform a new type of procedure that […]
Telemedicine Policy Earlier this summer the AMA adopted an eight guideline policy motivated to improve access to care for patients using telemedicine. You can find the AMA Telemedicine policy here.
In this week’s blog, we’d like to continue our GLUE Customer Experience series and provide our five remaining items. As you recall from our last blog, GLUE stands for Giving Little Unexpected Extras. We believe that no matter how small the cost or effort, just giving a little something extra will go a long way […]
Recently I participated as a guest presenter for a national sales training organization. During the presentation, we discussed customer engagement and the concept of GLUE Customer Experience – Giving Little Unexpected Extras. For my business, that means doing as much as possible for physicians to make obtaining medical malpractice insurance easier for them, such as […]
In our previous blog on 3 Benefits of Healthcare Tweet Chats, we introduced Symplur, a company that organizes and tracks healthcare hashtags, tweet chats and conferences. You can find a current schedule of tweet chats here. Take a look around and, if any healthcare chats interest you, then this blog is for you. Tweet chats […]