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As health experts continue to learn about COVID-19 infections and who may be at higher risk, a recent study focused on vitamin D levels.
ISMIE Mutual celebrates women in medicine. Thank you for your dedication and service to patients!
ISMIE policyholders experiencing hardship due to COVID-19 were offered a grace period for premium payments. Cancellations due to non-payment of premium were suspended until October 1, 2020.
We are pleased to announce the addition of two new resources on patient falls and root cause analysis. You can find these materials and tools in our risk management resource library.
Recent data compiled by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reveals that coronavirus spread has "increased at a faster rate in children and teenagers than among the general public."
A study of medical professional liability claims in JAMA Internal Medicine offers some positive statistics and alarming findings, especially in the area of catastrophic indemnity payment.
Eligible policyholders who are looking to earn a discount for participating in the ISMIE Fellowship program in 2020 have until December 31, 2020, to complete the three online ISMIE Fellowship courses.
In-person risk assessments are being temporarily discontinued at this time to provide greater safety for colleagues and patients. As we anticipate that many policyholders will request a virtual risk assessment in the remaining months of 2020, please contact us at your earliest convenience to request one.
Congress is now considering another large omnibus bill that would address several areas of pandemic relief. Whether the larger bill will include elements of H.R. 7059 is currently under discussion.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that physicians have the option to opt out completely or partially from the 2020 MIPS program in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Our license renewal service, offered in partnership with our friends at the Illinois State Medical Society (ISMS), will allow you to avoid paying IDFPR's processing fees.
In this COVID-19 era, it's still important to remind patients to take precautions against the West Nile virus by using insect repellent and wearing long-sleeved shirts and long pants to prevent mosquito bites.
Wherever you are, here's how you can track virus stats by your region or even by zip code.
In partnership with our friends at the Illinois State Medical Society, ISMIE will again be offering license renewal services - and as in the past, renewing through ISMIE/ISMS will allow you to avoid paying IDFPR's credit card fee.