Two pieces of news provide a flicker of hope amid the doom and gloom.
First seminar scheduled for Thursday, February 13th 2014 in Roslyn, LI
Roslyn, NY - January 17, 2014 - Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers (PRI) is pleased to announce the first in a series of three educational Breakfast Symposia featuring thought leaders from several sectors of the healthcare and medical profession.
PRI is among the nation’s largest insurers of medical professional and hospital and healthcare facilities’ liability and excess insurance and is an award winning leader in risk management in the field.
The 2014 Series, to be held at the Company’s Roslyn, Long Island office, will focus upon the implications of health care reform, trends among health care providers and the outlook for patient centered care.
Additional topics are being developed, according to Jeanne Braun, Executive Vice President, Department of Hospitals and Special Programs: “PRI continues to stay out front on issues related to the evolving dynamics in healthcare. Our clients are thirsty for thought leadership and we are glad to sponsor seminars that foster discussion and drive change.” PRI’s 2014 Educational Series starts on Thursday, February 13th with breakfast at 8:00 a.m. with “Current Perspectives on Managed Care and Health Care Reform”, led by David Florman, MBA, Florman Tannen LLC, the health care consulting firm, together with Nathan Boucher, Director of Graduate Education and Assistant Professor at Touro College, who will discuss current industry trends and issues affecting the health care provider community, patient-centered care and implications for the future. The conference will conclude at 11:00 a.m.
A full list of conferences is posted on PRI’s website. Conferences are open to clients only. For more information, contact Dawn Lewis, Director of Hospital Risk Programs at 516-277-4070 or email@example.com Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers (PRI) is the second largest medical professional liability company in New York State and one of the largest in the United States, serving more than 13,000 physicians and several hundred facilities, since 1982. PRI was founded by medical doctors for their protection and is governed by a Board of Governors consisting of accomplished medical doctors.