New York Medical Professional Liability Insurance
The New York Medical Professional Liability marketplace has been changing more then ever.
We have been serving the needs of physicians, surgeons, health care providers and facilities in securing comprehensive, cost-effective insurance products from an array of qualified insurance carriers throughout New York.
Boynton Healthcare’s reputation as an “advocate” for healthcare professionals is well-earned, with the agency consistently selected for the ability to implement a consultative approach to assessing risk and designing unique loss mitigation and insurance solutions. This success with our physician clients places our office as a leading brokerage firm with the most established insurance carriers in New York.
Our expertise in medical malpractice is not only reflected by our long term success of procuring and retaining physician clients, but it is also acknowledged by the insurance carriers as we have been selected to serve on numerous Carrier Advisory Boards and Broker Council’s to help lead them through the dynamics of healthcare reform.
The Boynton Healthcare team of professionals guide our clients through the insurance-buying process and manage their accounts with extraordinary care and attention. We concentrate on unique solutions for each client combining the boutique feel of a specialized insurance agency with the resources, influence and sophistication of a large national firm. Boynton Healthcare is equipped to handle all aspects of a client’s insurance portfolio, from claims processing to risk management, to underwriting and loss control services. Our clients benefit by partnering with an Agency that provides account management dedicated to meeting our client’s needs quickly and accurately.
New York Medical Malpractice News
- New York bill extends deadline for medical malpractice suits
- What Medical Practices Must Know About RAC Audits and Insurance
- Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary to acquire largest New York malpractice insurer
- Lessons Learned from EHR related medical malpractice cases
- Jury sides with doctor in medical malpractice case
- The great digital divide: Patients and docs disagree on role of technology
- Doctors ready to explore new practice models to stay independent
- 2015 revenues down among practices, healthcare systems
- Losses mount at medical malpractice insurer, creating potential awkwardness for Cuomo
- Revenue drops and losses grow for state’s second-largest malpractice carrier