What is Telemedicine?

  Introduction to Telemedicine Telemedicine is the use of electronic communication, such as video calls, digital photography, instant messaging, telephone and email, to provide clinical services to patients, without an in-person patient visit. Some of the most common uses for telemedicine are … [Read more...]

Webinar Series 2018 Master List

  If you missed any of the webinar series, we've got you covered with a comprehensive list of the webinars with our special guests, respective experts in their fields. Take a moment to revisit or venture into uncharted territory with our host Gisela! Webinar Presentations Webinar Part … [Read more...]

CASE STUDY: Failure to Diagnose

It's no surprise that the delay or failure to diagnose is the number one reason patients sue doctors. According to claims, the most frequently missed diseases, are heart attacks for adults, meningitis for children, and cancer. Let's examine a case study in which the failure to diagnose lead to a … [Read more...]

Marijuana: Medical vs. Recreational

  Although Medical Marijuana is recognized in both a clinical and alternative medicine respect, it has been the crux of political and social discourse. In recent years, the legalization of marijuana has spread across The United States like wildfire and it seems that it's only a matter of … [Read more...]

Rapid Molecular Pathogen Testing [Full Webinar Presentation]

Part 7 of our Webinar Series: "Rapid Molecular Pathogen Testing" features Shea Harrelson of NCF Diagnostics and DNA. Clinical Advantages of PCR: Noninvasive  Collection Technique Rapid & Accurate Diagnosis (24-48 hrs) Detection of Multiple Pathogens at Once Sensitivity … [Read more...]

Big Savings Due to New CA Workers Comp Changes

We always advocate for the importance of Workers' Compensation coverage if you have at least one employee. It's also important to note that not everyone stakeholder is considered an employee. As covered in our New CA Law Changes Inclusion of Officers for Workers’ Comp Coverage blog, 2016 was an … [Read more...]

Nose vs. Tail | What’s the Diff?

  Now we're taking some time to clarify the difference between Nose & Tail coverage. Malpractice policies are written on either an Occurrence or Claims-Made basis. When working with the latter, physicians have exposure to future claims from incidents that have already taken place … [Read more...]

Indications vs. Quotes | What’s the Diff?

In the event you've ever inquired about pricing, you probably heard either of these two terms, indication or quote. We're here with the next "What's the Diff" to clarify the nuances of these two terms. Indication A non-binding rate, by an underwriter of the anticipated premium, that would be … [Read more...]

PCR & Malpractice

What is PCR? Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is the technology formerly used predominantly by pharmaceutical and biotechnology researchers. Due to technological advances, PCR has developed diagnoses precision for Cancer and other serious diseases. PCR has revolutionized the commercial procedures, … [Read more...]

Nevada RRG faces Recapitalization

As your trusted friend in insurance, we keep you in the know, especially on topics that may impact your coverage. We have covered various updates for RRGs who have faced liquidation and other financial woes. Let's discuss Lancet RRG, the Doctor owned Nevada RRG facing recapitalization. Lancet … [Read more...]