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8 medical malpractice terms every physician should know

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Physicians who take the time to understand how to buy malpractice insurance will not only save money, but ensure that they’ve got the right type and amount of liability coverage.

Medical malpractice insurance is one of the greatest expenses physicians face during their careers. But knowing what to look for in a policy is a mystery for many physicians, as well as a time-consuming chore that rarely gets the attention it deserves. And buying the wrong type or incorrect amount of insurance-or buying it from the wrong carrier-can be extremely costly. Physicians who take the time to understand how to buy malpractice insurance will not only save money, but ensure that they’ve got the right type and amount of liability coverage.As a primer, here are some basic definitions concerning malpractice coverage that every physician should know.

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