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The report is the result of an analysis of the key trends observed in risk assessments conducted by ISMIE in 2019.
ISMIE has a new resource that can help you encourage your patients to roll up a sleeve.
The podcast examines how changing market conditions and COVID-19 are affecting the healthcare practice insurance environment.
Speedy credentialing usually requires a loss history report from your medical liability carrier - so ISMIE makes it easy!
A recent report of 2020 cybercrimes found that healthcare made up a quarter of all publicly disclosed security breaches.
Physicians can prepare in advance to become aware of key risk management considerations related to this effort.
The 2021 ISMIE Mutual Annual Meeting scheduled for April 7, 2021, at 11:15 am CST, will be held via teleconference due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new federal rule that takes effect on April 5, 2021 impacts individual physicians and physician groups who use electronic health records (EHRs).
The COVID-19 saliva test was listed as one of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)approved molecular diagnostic tests.
If you took advantage of this grace period, please be aware that all accrued grace period premiums must be paid by Oct. 1, 2021
The good news for the start of 2021 and the end of 2020, one of the most challenging periods in recent history, is that COVID-19 vaccinations are underway across the country and worldwide.
Clinical trials have indicated that a single dose of the vaccine had an efficacy rate of up to 72%.
Patients who test positive for COVID-19 may qualify to receive monoclonal antibody treatment (casirivimab and imdevimab)
After an analysis of more than a decade of general surgery claims data, ISMIE has identified the top five liability risk factors.
Each year, changes take effect pertaining to charges for copies of medical records.
Thank you to the nearly 1,500 Illinois doctors and health professionals who contacted Governor Pritzker to urge his veto of House Bill 3360!
The use of prior authorization has exploded in recent years as a cost-cutting measure by health plans at the expense of patient care.
Majority of almost 1,600 respondents said telehealth made it possible for them to provide quality care for their patients during the pandemic.
Information and recommendations will evolve as more data are collected about these vaccines and their use in specific populations.
Urge the Governor to veto House Bill 3360
Researchers estimate that U.S. hospitals lost more than $22 billion in potential revenues tied to cancellations of elective surgeries.
New billing guidance for enrolled physicians that includes current procedure codes and rates for COVID-19 vaccines and administration.