Medical Liability Monitor presents a very timely webinar… Post-Pandemic Telehealth: How the Extraordinary Increase in Telemedicine During the Pandemic Will Alter the Current MPL Insurance Landscape

May 25, 2021 by matray

DATE: Tuesday, June 8, 2021

TIME: 2 p.m. EDT; 1 p.m. CDT; 12 p.m. MDT; 11 a.m. PDT

PLACE: Your computer

COST: $147 through 6/2/21; $197 thereafter. Registration includes access for up to five participants in multiple locations.

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The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a sudden, significant increase of telemedicine. It’s not going away. So, what does it mean for the medical professional liability industry?

MPL insurers have to consider how much — and what kind of — coverage they will provide to their telemedicine practitioners. But how should they underwrite telemedicine risks with little historic claims data available? What kind of risk management resources can they offer to get ahead of expanding telemedicine risks? What kinds of claims are anticipated? And how can MPL insurers help their insureds stay within ever-changing regulatory requirements?

Get answers to these questions and more when you register to attend “Post-Pandemic Telehealth: How the Extraordinary Increase in Telemedicine During the Pandemic Will Alter the Current MPL Insurance Landscape” on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. We’ve put together an incredible panel of insurance experts from The Doctors Company, CNA, and CFC Underwriting, along with a healthcare legal expert from Heidell, Pittoni, Murphy & Bach, LLP.

We’ll analyze the available claims history for telemedicine and provide our best assessment of what you can expect regarding claims going forward. You’ll come away with a roadmap to help you establish the best possible insurance product for the telehealth segment — and tips from experts on how to price it.

Here is just some of the information you'll get during this in-depth 90-minute webinar:

1. The challenges associated with underwriting telemedicine.
2. How to put together an insurance product for the telehealth segment.
3. What past telemedicine claims have looked like and what they can tell you about the makeup of future claims.
4. Legal ramifications of working with patients this way.
5. Risk-reduction techniques for telehealth practitioners.
6. How you can help your insureds stay within the state-by-state patchwork of regulations and lawsuits.
7. The types of exposure and how to address them using different kinds of insurance coverage, including med-mal, cyber, E&O, privacy, technology, and more.
8. The benefits of covering physicians who do a lot of telemedicine — and how to price the risk.
9. How to deal with licensing and regulatory concerns.
10. The clinical and operational standards of care that telehealth practitioners need to follow.
11. How the rapid adoption of telemedicine during the pandemic created new challenges and risks for traditional MPL insurance.
12. The potential risks involved with the predicted increase in remote monitoring — and what you can do to minimize those risks.

…and much more!

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