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Mandatory Opioid CME deadline July 1, 2017 (for all providers and residents)

Register here -  The recorded webinar satisfies DOH requirements. 

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Office Visit Protocols for your Patients’ 5 Most Prevalent Medical Conditions:

Office Visit Protocols for your Patients’ 5 Most Prevalent  Medical Conditions:

  1. Weight Loss Screening and Counseling: For Doctors  |  For Patients
  2. Tobacco Cessation
  3. Mental Health Screening and Counseling
  4.  Alcohol Abuse Screening and Counseling
  5.  Drug Abuse Screening and Counseling

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MLMIC Dateline Spring 2017

MLMIC’s Dateline newsletter, published twice a year (spring and fall), focuses on risk management issues and improving patient safety, as well as keeping policyholders apprised of changes in underwriting procedures, legal matters, legislative affairs, and many other matters of interest to physicians and healthcare facilities.
Please click on the link below to open or download the latest issue of Dateline. MLMIC policyholders may click here to view all past issues of Dateline, as well as a comprehensive index and a keyword search feature.
Dateline – Spring 2017
Highlights include:    
The Expanded Use of Motions for Summary Judgment
The recent increase in the frequency of summary judgments being granted to defendants is examined. Read more.

Effective Coordination of Care: Hospitalists and Primary Care Physicians
An analysis of crucial healthcare transitions. Read more.

Case Study: Examining Patient Identification Errors
Three cases are examined, and a series of recommendations to help avoid these errors is offered. Read more.

Reports to Child Protective Services: What Can I Tell the Police?
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7/6/17: Media Reports Major Medical Malpractice Insurance Carrier Ousts CEO

As reported by the Albany Times Union and Politico on July 6, 2017, New York State has ousted the CEO of the state’s second largest medical malpractice insurance carrier. In the Politico article – Bonomo ousted at PRI amid accusations of self-dealing and mismanagement – reporter Dan Goldberg writes, “The board of PRI, the state’s second-largest medical malpractice insurance company, met shortly after 5 p.m. on Thursday and voted to void the company’s management contract with Administrators for the Professions, a subsidiary of AJB Ventures, which Bonomo owns… [AJB’s] contract was set to expire at the end of the year, but the Cuomo administration did not want to wait that long.”

According to Newsday’s article on the development, Bonomo has been “ousted from control of Roslyn-based Physicians Reciprocal Insurers amid charges of self-dealing, cronyism and mismanagement.” The story goes on to say, “New York financial services Superintendent Maria Vullo found in an order issued Thursday that Bonomo breached fiduciary duties to the malpractice insurer, ignored ‘sound actuarial principles’ when setting loss reserves and covered up problems by firing auditors and whistleblowers.”

MLMIC President John Lombardo says, “These findings by DFS are shocking and deeply disturbing, and we’re pleased to see DFS take action to preserve the integrity of the medical malpractice insurance market in NYS. It’s no accident that MLMIC continues to demonstrate a sound financial condition. MLMIC makes it its mission to provide affordable insurance at the lowest possible cost that’s consistent with fiscal responsibility. Our business practices ensure that the company has a sound financial foundation so that we are able to fulfill our obligations to policyholders. We stand ready to assist any medical professional or institution that has questions or concerns regarding their coverage.”

Affirming MLMIC’s historic and stable position in the market, the Medical Society of the State of New York recently shared the following in an email updating members about the ongoing situation with the troubled competitor: “We are quite pleased to report that our trusted partner and longstanding endorsed professional liability insurer, MLMIC, stands apart and above the fray. MLMIC’s stability, especially in today’s marketplace, is notably reassuring.”

We continue to monitor the situation in the market. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-ASK-MLMIC.

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WW 2018 poster presentation - You participated in scholarly activity. Now share it!

The Scientific Assembly,  Winter Weekend, is the premier event for family physicians in New York State. Attended by more than 200 family physicians, students, residents and other health care professionals. The poster presentation area will be a popular destination where attendees can come to learn about current family medicine research and scholarly activities in our state. Presenters will have the opportunity to discuss their work with attendees.

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