What Steps Should Doctors Who Perform Elective Surgeries be Taking NOW

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, many medical professionals and their businesses have been prevented from working and have been forced to shut their doors. This has been especially problematic for plastic surgeons, cosmetic surgeons, medspas and others that primarily perform elective or non-emergent … [Read more...]

COVID-19 Useful Resources and Links for Physicians

NORCAL COVID-19 patient safety resources  Medical Protective COVID19 Resources TDC Telehealth Resources Resources for Plastic Surgery: Collected resources from American Society of Plastic Surgeons Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services: Fact Sheet: Expansion of the … [Read more...]

Message From Presidio Insurance Regarding COVID19

Dear Valued Clients, We are on week two of telecommuting and adjusting to the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are going to great lengths to maintain a high level of service and adhere to our client experience commitments.  Our mission is to provide our clients with every … [Read more...]

Tail Coverage: Who Needs It and What Is It For?

What is Tail Coverage? To understand tail coverage, you must first understand how a claims-made insurance policy works. A claims-made policy responds to claims based on when the claim is made against an insured, regardless of when the incident the claim is regarding occurred. This is … [Read more...]

Which Physician Specialties are at the Highest Risk for Malpractice Claims?

In 2017, JAMA Network published their findings on the physician specialties who paid the most in malpractice claims from 1992 to 2014. Their analysis was based on data from the National Practitioner Data Bank and includes almost 20 million physician-years of data, characterized by physician … [Read more...]

Benefits of Working with an Independent Insurance Broker

Captive and Independent Brokers      When looking for medical malpractice insurance, there are two types of brokers or agents a medical professional can work with: a captive insurance agent or an independent insurance broker. The difference between these two is … [Read more...]

Common Malpractice Issues for Pediatricians

Diagnosis in pediatrics can be difficult when treating infants and young children who are unable to cooperate. Therefore, it is not a surprise that Pediatrics is one of the most high risk for claims in comparison to other medical specialties, as most parents are very protective of their … [Read more...]

6 Types of Medical Professionals That Should Consider Occurrence Coverage

Young Doctors Flexibility for changes that will affect their careerEasy to change coverage in case of selling practice, moving out of state or joining a hospitalNo tail coverage necessary Recruiters More convenient for large groups that have changes in rostersDoctors who leave the group … [Read more...]

2019 Employment Law Updates: Paid Family Leave

Eligibility When welcoming a new child or caring for an ill family member, individuals are now able to receive partial pay during their time off from work. To be eligible for paid family leave the employee must be using the time to either bond with a new child or take care of a family member … [Read more...]

Medical Board Investigations

From Anesthesiology to Urology, there are medical boards for just about every specialty available here in the United States, and they often do a great deal of good for the industry, including lobbying for positive legislative reforms, and providing conferences to display new breakthroughs. … [Read more...]