PIAA is the insurance trade association representing domestic and international medical professional liability (MPL) insurance companies, risk retention groups, captives, trusts, and other entities.
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    • July 25-27Underwriting Workshop Portland, ME
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    • September 12-14Claims and Risk Management/Patient Safety Workshop Chicago, IL
    • September 26-28Technology, Human Resources, and Finance (THRF) Workshop Washington, D.C.
  • October 2018

    • October 11-12Corporate Counsel Workshop Portland, ME
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  • December 2018

Inside Medical Liability Magazine
FIRST QUARTER 2018

Cover Story

What’s behind financial strength ratings? And what’s the outlook for MPL insurers?

Also:
  • Adverse verdicts on the rise
  • Medical liability and sepsis: accelerating interventions
  • Reinsurance market update for MPL
  • Table of Contents

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State Bill Tracking Now Available

PIAA now offers a state legislative tracking service to PIAA member companies. The service tracks bills from all 50 states (plus D.C.) in MPL-related categories, including damage caps, limitations on attorney fees, phantom damages, and more. A recent PIAA webinar covered the use of this new service as well as other services PIAA offers to assist in state advocacy efforts. To view the webinar, click here.

Data Sharing Project Infographic: Cardiovascular Disease

According to an analysis of data from the Data Sharing Project, cardiovascular disease continues to be cited frequently among patient outcomes leading to a claim or lawsuit. To learn more, click here.

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