MLMIC has opened online registration for its March 22 HOD Risk Management Conference in Buffalo. The conference qualifies physicians for CME credit and covers current risk management issues facing all specialties.
NPR and Fierce Healthcare recently raised the question, will hospitals be held accountable if patients become addicted to opioids? According to the articles, overprescription of opioids contributes to the current crisis, and many physicians don’t understand how quickly addiction can happen.
MLMIC’s Q3 financials show continued strength and stability for New York’s leading medical liability insurer. In a constantly changing insurance marketplace, it is reassuring to know that MLMIC is sound and ready to serve its policyholders.
The November 2017 edition of MLMIC’s Case Review includes case studies involving inadequate staffing and deviations from the standard of care.