Hospital Liability Insurance

Hospital Liability Insurance

An insurance policy protecting a hospital associated with the cost of a medical malpractice or other lawsuit. For example, if a doctor makes an error resulting in the death of a patient during surgery, hospital liability insurance would protect the hospital from the ensuing suit. As with all insurance, the hospital must pay a premium to receive coverage.
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This runs up the cost of hospital liability insurance.
Fourth, hospital liability insurance premiums are adjusted each year to reflect their payout experience in the prior years.
In response to the demand, some surgeons are taking advantage of hospital privileges that allow them to do general abdominal surgery by claiming that hospital liability insurance covers them to perform much more complex bariatric procedures without having to prove their competence, she said.
Recent endorsements of AEM technology by a hospital liability insurance carrier and a surgical standards publication give added indication that Encision's patented AEM Surgical Instruments can change the market dynamics in minimally-invasive surgery.
The Company's marketing is focused on multiple sales opportunities though state hospital associations, multi-hospital corporations, hospital liability insurance carriers and other hospital focused organizations.
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A multi-state hospital liability insurance carrier has recommended Encision's surgical instrument technology in its 2004 risk management publication to their client hospitals.
The Company intends to access this business through marketing efforts to state hospital associations, multi-hospital corporations, hospital liability insurance carriers and other hospital focused organizations.
A multi-state hospital liability insurance carrier has recommended Encision's AEM Surgical Instruments to its client hospitals.
A multi-state hospital liability insurance carrier has recommended Encision's (OTCBB:ECSN) AEM Surgical Instruments to its client hospitals.
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