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The nation’s largest provider of physician and surgeon medical malpractice insurance. Relentlessly defends, protects, and rewards the practice of good medicine.
The nation’s largest provider of physician and surgeon medical malpractice insurance. Relentlessly defends, protects, and rewards the practice of good medicine.

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"The statistics are clear: Physicians are burned out, miserable and trying to get out of the clinical practice of medicine, and women physicians are leading the pack at twice the level of burnout as their male colleagues."


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A leaked draft of the GOP plan to replace the ACA has five provisions with big implications for health and medicine.


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Technology is changing the role of the patient—giving them more access and control, but also much more responsibility. 

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Hospitals are among the most expensive facilities to build, with complex infrastructures, technologies, regulations and safety codes. But evidence suggests we’ve been building them all wrong.


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Did you know? The average primary care doctor diagnoses almost 400 different diseases a year. Here's how psychological biases affect this medical decision making. 

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Hackers focus on mid-size healthcare organizations, the ones that are often the most under-prepared to defend themselves. 

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In the medical record, “dictated but not read” is not acceptable. http://hubs.ly/H06px880 

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In recent years, many policies have chipped away at the rural health safety net that ensures that people living in remote areas still have access to healthcare.


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In our 2012 survey, 9 out of 10 doctors wouldn't recommend the profession to their children. Have the pain points fueling those feelings improved?

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The Affordable Care Act created a boom in Silicon Valley, fueling the rise of the "gig economy" and companies like Uber. What will happen if the law is repealed?

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