Insuring the Practice of Medicine: How a Malpractice Insurance Company Works
In this entry of the lecture series, "Financial and Workplace Well-Being for Doctors: Lessons for Life After Medical School," Richard E. Anderson, MD, Chairman and CEO of The Doctors Company, the nation’s largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer, explains why malpractice insurance is necessary to practice medicine, types of coverage, what to look for when choosing an insurer, and what to know about policy limits, telemedicine coverage, and more.
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