The Medical Professional Liability Association is the insurance trade association representing domestic and international medical professional liability (MPL) insurance companies, risk retention groups, captives, trusts, and other entities.
  • Includes an overview of MPL insurance, the elements of claims, a review of company structures, an extensive glossary of terms, and also is CE, CME, and ADA CERP accredited.
  • A recent article in the MPL Association's Inside Medical Liability magazine, "Bringing Predictive Modeling to the DSP: An Investigation of Claim Severity," presents a summary of one predictive model that was constructed with Data Sharing Project data.
  • Fall Workshops include information for IT, HR, finance, underwriting, claims, risk, patient safety, and legal professionals in the MPL industry. Learn more about the Association’s Calendar of Events!
Inside Medical Liability Magazine
First QUARTER 2020

Cover Story

Medical Professional Liability Market Firms in 2020

Also:
  • Workplace Bullying in Ambulatory Care
  • The New Revenue Recognition Standard
  • EHR Usability and Patient Safety
  • Table of Contents

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MPL Association Responds to COVID-19 Outbreak

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the MPL Association has coordinated advocacy activities and led policy efforts to ensure that the MPL community’s needs are addressed. Here is a summary of those efforts. In addition:

  • The U.S. Congress approved a stimulus package to address the COVID-19 outbreak. This bill included important protections of healthcare volunteers.
  • The MPL Association hosted a webinar, “Government Response to COVID-19: What MPL Stakeholders Need to Know.” It is available on-demand and free for members and affiliate partners.
  • The Association is also posting updated COVID-19-related materials in the Advocacy News section of the website.


MPL Association Conference, Leadership Forum Cancelled


The MPL Association has been actively monitoring evolving developments related to the coronavirus. Based on new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the District of Columbia government, the MPL Association Leadership Forum and Annual Conference scheduled for May 6-8 in Washington, D.C., is cancelled.

If you have already registered, you will be receiving an email with additional information. Direct any questions to Meetings@MPLassociation.org.