Claim Trend to Watch: Concurrent Surgeries

From the 2016 PLUS Medical PL Symposium session “Claims Trends to Watch in 2016” Chad Karls (Milliman) and Susan Penney (UCSF) discuss the issue of concurrent surgeries and how the government is starting to focus on them.

For the very latest on professional liability trends and issues don’t miss the the next PLUS Symposium… the 2016 PLUS Cyber Liability Symposium on September 27 in New York City. This event sold out last year, so don’t get left out… register today and claim your seat!

PLUS members can view this entire session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.

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The Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) was founded in 1986 by industry professionals who recognized the need for a forum for individuals involved in the field of professional liability. The Society is a non-profit organization with membership open to persons interested in the promotion and development of the professional liability industry. Membership consists of over 6,500 individuals, representing over 1,000 companies active in the many fields of professional liability. PLUS currently receives the support of more than 200 companies through corporate membership. PLUS is recognized as the primary source of professional liability educational programs and seminars, assistance to its members to help serve clients, and information regarding professional liability. The Society is continually seeking new means to fulfill its mission statement and better serve its members.

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