The Physicians Report Magazine

The Physicians Report magazine is published three times a year and features news relevant to our members, such as industry innovations, challenges, developing dynamics, trial results, and more.

Making your Practice HIPAA Healthy

Summer 2013
This edition is full of HIPAA advice, case studies, and resources. It also explores social media marketing, details new laws, introduces Board members, welcomes new Physicians Insurance members, describes our new online COI tool, and discusses two professional liability cases resolved by arbitration.

Special Year-End Edition

Special Year-End Edition 2012
This edition describes the company's ongoing local presence and value to policyholders, outlines a recent trial result, introduces new tools and resources, and explains how our members' feedback has contributed to our recent developments.

Summer 2012
This edition shares the company’s recent developments and explores rural health care challenges from physicians’ viewpoints. You’ll read about a recent acquisition for the company, in addition to a tribute to our immediate past chair, Dr. James Campbell, and an introduction to our new chair, Dr. Brian Wicks. Plus, we’ll update you on our work with HealthPact, an exploration of the second-victim phenomenon, and more. In the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter, you will find:

Spring 2012
Read about one obstetrician’s experience with simulation training, learn how physician collaboration influences claim outcomes, and see trial results.

Winter 2011-2012
This edition covers our response to health care changes; describes how our work in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon is expanding; and discusses the implications of Mohr v. Grantham on physician practices.

Fall 2011
Read a physician’s firsthand account of a malpractice lawsuit, view trial results, and learn more about our AHRQ grant.

Summer 2011
Learn about the company’s involvement in Governor Gregoire’s task force, the RAND Institute for Civil Justice Study, OB COAP, the Patient Safety Advisory Committee, and new obstetrical simulation training.