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We are proud to be an exclusive advisor for many of the most competitive specialty programs available. For medical groups with proven leadership in their specialty or individual physicians with training that sets them apart, we have a program for you:
Malpractice Quality Initiative (MQI)
MQI offered through CMIC is a program targeted to medical groups with superior claims history. Rates offered are 30% below industry Occurrence rates. Modified Claims Made contract, tail is fully funded and earned at inception.
Facial Plastic Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) members qualify for additional class and board certification credits up to 30%. Eligible physicians will perform more than 20% facial plastic surgery in their practice.
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS) members are now eligible for a program that will underwrite cosmetic surgery as it's own discipline. By identifying cosmetic surgeons and the procedures performed, class credits and board certification reduce rates by 20%.
The only national professional liability solution Exclusively for Orthopedic surgeons. Program offers specialized Orthopedic classification, more favorable pricing and terms based on your Orthopedic class. Access to risk management courses and Orthopedic education training opportunities.
Anesthesiology and CRNA's
Continuing medical education specific for Anesthesiology and CRNA's. Bi-weekly CME home study course, 26 important clinical anesthesia topics, up to 39 continuing medical education credits, quarterly confidential progress reports
Medical Cost Containment Solutions
Save 15%-45% on your operating expenses with cost containment solutions program specific to your medical group. Review of vendor invoices, pricing analysis, vendor consolidation, negotiating better pricing and terms, cost saving recommendations and strategies
For more information regarding our medical malpractice programs, please contact:
John Herlihy, CIC, Director, Medical Malpractice Division