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The Physician's Action Guide to Reducing Risk and Improving Business

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Reducing Risk and Improving  Business 

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When the unexpected occurs in the everyday operation of your business, do you know how to protect yourself? Before you send your next text, ask your medical assistant to call in a prescription, or write off that patient who has not scheduled their follow-up appointment, read this guide to arm yourself with the solutions you need to reduce risk and improve your business.

The Physician's Action Guide to Reducing Risk and Improving Business will help you solve common problems like:

  • When a patient brings a dog to the office.
  • When patient phone messages are miscommunicated or not delivered.
  • When patients don’t follow their treatment plans.
  • When patients avoid appointments.
  • When you are not sure if your medical assistant can call in a prescription.
  • And more...

The Cooperative of American Physicians (CAP) provides medical professional liability coverage to nearly 12,000 California physicians.  CAP has made it our mission to surround our member physicians with risk and practice management resources to keep them safe and successful.

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CAP members receive medical liability protection from the Mutual Protection Trust (MPT). Since 2006, MPT has earned A.M. Best Company′s A+ (Superior) rating, demonstrating MPT′s financial strength and its ability to meet ongoing coverage and contractual obligations.

The Mutual Protection Trust (MPT) is authorized under Section 1280.7 of the California Insurance Code as an unincorporated interindemnity arrangement among physician members of the Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (CAP). Members do not pay insurance premiums. Instead, they pay tax-deductible assessments, based on risk classifications, for the amount necessary to pay claims and administrative costs. No assurance can be given as to the amount or frequency of assessments. Members also make a tax-deductible Initial Trust Deposit, which is refundable according to the terms of the MPT Agreement. ©