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5 Dangerous Misconceptions About Cyber Liability Exposures
Misconception #1 Cyber breaches are mostly a result of foreign offshore sophisticated hackers who are only targeting large retail and healthcare systems. In reality, the most common types of breaches are: Lost, stolen or missing electronic assets Improper disposal of data Paper documents not shredded File cabinets with sensitive contents Prescription bottles X-Ray images Electronic Continue Reading »
Determining Adequate Insurance Coverage for Physicians Working in the Correctional Medical Field.
If you are a physician working in the corrections field, you need to ask this question: “Does my insurance adequately cover me for all possible liability?” I get this question at a lot of conferences, and the answer is usually maybe. There are a lot of factors to consider when making sure you have adequate coverage, claims Continue Reading »
Common Claim Scenarios for Correctional Health Professionals.
Two months ago I discussed common claim types in correctional medicine and cited a specific example. Since then I have been asked for more examples so our agents can use them as a selling tool. Here are a few in addition to the August example that are a good representation of the types of claims Continue Reading »