The PLUS Healthcare & Medical PL Symposium is the most valuable experience of the year, bringing together healthcare and medical professional liability insurance thought-leaders to share knowledge and connect.
This year, the event will be held in a virtual platform to accommodate COVID-19 safety measures. Don’t miss out – register today!
What to Expect on a Virtual Platform
Your registration provides full access to the entire event on one platform. A log-in will be provided in the days prior to the event and you will be able to view all sessions, find other attendees, meet with event sponsors and ask the speakers questions through chat.
Most sessions are live with premier video conferencing visuals. Speakers and panels will be discussing healthcare and medical topics while on video and showing slides during the presentation.
The Healthcare & Medical PL Symposium sessions run consecutively, giving you the opportunity to watch every session. Breaks in between sessions are a chance to get up and move around.
After the event has concluded, all session recordings will be available directly on the Healthcare & Medical PL Symposium event platform for three months. You can watch sessions and download any additional media even after the event.
Bill Burns of Conning will discuss 2020 MPL insurance industry financial results and the key drivers of these results. This session will provide Conning’s perspective on challenges MPL insurers are facing, including changes in healthcare that are impacting these insurers as well as Conning’s view of what the future might hold for the MPL market.
With the continued shift to telehealth options, tune into this discussion that explores what underwriters need to know about the potential exposures and risks their insureds might face.
This session will start by discussing what happened with MPL claims in 2020 through the eyes of a claims manager, seasoned defense counsel, and jury research professional. The group will then explore what the immediate future may hold for the MPL world.
Advances in technology have transformed the healthcare industry’s delivery of healthcare. However, with more healthcare facilities now relying on computer-based systems, the potential risks have evolved as well. Healthcare organizations are subject to stringent laws and regulations requiring them to maintain the privacy and security of their data, while at the same time, they are faced with increased cyber risks from cyber criminals. This session will discuss the cyber risks healthcare organizations face, the duties they have to protect the security of data and the consequences for failure to fulfill these obligations, as well as mechanisms available to assist healthcare organizations in managing their cyber security risks.
To round out the first day of the Healthcare & Medical PL Symposium, a mixologist will walk us through making a signature cocktail before trivia kicks off. Join us for drinks, trivia, and fun!
An informal discussion on healthcare and medical professional liability hot topics.
This session will review and analyze actual and potential MPL claims related to COVID-19 as well as the laws enacted providing immunity for these types of claims at the federal and state levels and challenges to those laws or executive orders. The session will explore actual and potential claims against nursing homes and hospitals and touch on claims against miscellaneous health care facilities and physicians.
Studies have shown that despite improvements in the overall health of the country, racial and ethnic minorities experience a lower quality of healthcare as they are less likely to receive routine medical care and face higher rates of morbidity and mortality. The pandemic has brought into focus the disparities in the nation’s economically vulnerable populations and the toll it is taking on minority community. In this session, Joe Zorola and Ronald Dunlap, M.D. will discuss disparities in health and healthcare, the challenges to address these disparities, and the effects on MPL insurance industry.
Healthcare financial lines exposures were expanding before the pandemic but since Covid arrived on the scene, these exposures have not only become more acute but new exposures are emerging. Over the past several years, liability exposures have expanded due factors including industry consolidation, increased regulation, reduced reimbursement and reaction to issues like #metoo, and more reently, inclusion and diversity. Social Inflation has put additional pressure. This session will focus on how each of the financial lines exposures is expanding and where there are emerging exposures to watch. The presentation will provide an overview of current trends, risk reduction measures to be taken as well as underwriting and broking strategies that will improve the underwriting placement process.
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