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Malpractice Claims Down, Essential Recruiter Skills, and Pharmaceutical Pricing

A physician owned malpractice insurance company found that the frequency of malpractice claims were down between 2007 to 2014   The physician-owned insurance company analyzed 1,180 closed claims levied against internal medicine physicians spanning 2007-2014. Among their findings: The majority of […]
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