PREMIUMS We use data on malpractice insurance premiums from an annual survey conducted by the Medical Liability Monitor (MLM).
What does MLM stand for?
MLM stands for Medical Liability Monitor (newsletter)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Only 15 percent of insurers say they expect "significant" increases in rates over the coming year, according to Medical Liability Monitor.
It concerns me that the Medical Liability Monitor has reported that the average malpractice insurance for an ob.
Carol Brierly Golin Medical Liability Monitor Chicago Examining mortality and life expectancy Your coverage of mortality in this issue is outstanding.
In its rate survey for 2003, Medical Liability Monitor reported that general surgeons in Philadelphia paid $131,348 for liability insurance in 2003.
Now, both the Medical Liability Monitor (MLM), from whom Weiss obtained malpractice rate data, and the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), which provided claim data, have gone on record as disagreeing with the methodology he used.
In a recent survey by the industry newsletter Medical Liability Monitor, premiums rose a median of 15% between 2001 and 2002.
But even internists in some locales saw premiums soar last year by as much as 69 percent, and general surgeons by as much as 86 percent, according to a survey by the Medical Liability Monitor.