malpractice insurance


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Noun1.malpractice insurance - insurance purchased by physicians and hospitals to cover the cost of being sued for malpracticemalpractice insurance - insurance purchased by physicians and hospitals to cover the cost of being sued for malpractice; "obstetricians have to pay high rates for malpractice insurance"
insurance - promise of reimbursement in the case of loss; paid to people or companies so concerned about hazards that they have made prepayments to an insurance company
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Explaining the modalities of malpractice insurance, Dr Sherbaz Bichu, CEO, Aster Hospitals, said, "Malpractice Insurance is intended to take care of you when your doctor makes a mistake in the diagnosis of your illness, or fails to give appropriate medication or treatment required for your illness.
The company was established by physicians as Medical Mutual Insurance Company of North Carolina in 1975 when other carriers stopped offering malpractice insurance to physicians in North Carolina.
A medical malpractice insurance provider has adopted a new name that it hopes will better reflect the products it has added in recent years.
a provider of core insurance processing and data integration and analytics solutions, has announced Texas Lawyers' Insurance Exchange (TLIE), a provider of malpractice insurance for Texas lawyers and judges, has selected the core property and casualty insurance software suite, Bridge, including the Bridge Policy Administration, Bridge Claims, and Bridge Billing modules, the company said.
A-Group activities cover medical insurance, personal accident insurance, property insurance, motor insurance, vehicle owners' third party liability insurance, travel insurance, medical malpractice insurance, etc.
A workshop on Medical Malpractice Insurance was held today at the Bahrain Medical Society (BMS) in Juffair.
It is of interest, however, that the advent of medical malpractice insurance occurred in the mid-1860's in England, at which time there were a couple of high profile cases in which criminal charges were filed because of death as the result of medical procedures.
However, I am disappointed that not one candidate has discussed mandatory malpractice insurance. The public should not take our words as seriously as our actions, and requiring malpractice insurance for those in private practice, especially for small firms and solo practitioners, would show that we truly mean what we say.
MIA is an independent P&C broker, specialising in providing medical malpractice insurance products to individual physicians, service groups and clinics across the country.
MIA specialises in providing medical malpractice insurance products to individual physicians, service groups and clinics across the country.
For ob.gyns., malpractice insurance is priciest in the New York counties of Nassau and Suffolk, where they will pay $214,999 in premiums this year.