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Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers Joins Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine

ROSLYN, N.Y. – September 28, 2018 – Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers (“PRI”), the second largest admitted medical malpractice insurer in New York State, today announced it is has become a Corporate Member of the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM). SIDM is a nonprofit organization devoted to addressing the problem of [...]

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OSN New York Ophthalmology

PRI will be at Booth #13 at the OSN New York Ophthalmology show this weekend September 28-30 Click Here to visit the show's website for more info

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Defense Verdict in a Case of an Upper Gastrointestinal Bleed

PRI obtained a defense verdict on behalf of an emergency medicine physician and an ambulatory endoscopy facility in a case of a then 64 year old decedent who died one day following discharge from the emergency department. The patient presented with a chief complaint of vomiting. He had a known history [...]

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Negligence and Medical Malpractice

In the medical malpractice arena, physicians and providers often are sued for negligence. Upon investigation, it turns out that the subsequent treater's treatment was negligent or compounded the problem. Yet, that treater is not sued. Are you responsible for the damages done by the subsequent malpractice? The short answer is yes! [...]

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Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers Hosts World-Renowned Expert in Physician Burnout

ROSLYN, N.Y. – September 14, 2018 – Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers (“PRI”), the second largest admitted medical malpractice insurer in New York State, announced it is hosting an education and discussion event, “Physician Burnout: Resolving a Health Care Crisis Affecting Patients, Physicians and Their Families,” to be held tonight, Friday Sept. 14, [...]

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Inaccurate Reports / Biopsies / Results – Medical Malpractice Legal Brief – 8/27/2018

Please beware of new EMR software. Two different cases have had scenarios of various tests results being so off that the physician got in trouble for the obviously incorrect results. The numbers that the results are based on have to correlate to the same patient. This is not always occurring. It [...]

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Physician Burnout Event Invite

This event has been sold out. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email Nicole Fingerhut at n.fingerhut@medmal.com Please note, a recording of this event will be made available on the pri.com website. PRI warmly invites physicians and their guests to attend PRI's Evening of Education & Discussion [...]

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Medical Malpractice Defense Verdict in a Case of Postoperative Foot Drop

PRI secured a defense verdict in Queens County Supreme Court in a case involving an allegation of an operative iatrogenic injury to the right peroneal nerve during a right total knee replacement causing foot drop. The plaintiff was a 55-year-old female with a history of severe arthritis of the right knee [...]

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Debt Collections – Medical Malpractice Legal Brief – 8/14/2018

Debt collection has become an important fact of life for today’s health care provider. You must be careful that you are following the law when attempting to collect debts owed to you and your practice. If you use a debt collection service, you must be careful they are following the law! [...]

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Chaperones – Medical Malpractice Legal Brief – 8/9/2018

I know we have been down this path before. However, recent news dictates a revisit. The easiest way for the practitioner to avoid charges of licentious conduct with a patient, is simply to use a chaperone. Note the use of the chaperone in hour chart along with the chaperone’s name. Easy [...]

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