MED-MAL SOLUTIONS SOUGHT:

April 18, 2005

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Matt Denn and a bi-partisan group of legislative leaders, physicians, and civic leaders announced a five-part plan to address medical malpractice insurance rates:
A high-profile recruitment team to reach out to different insurance companies to encourage them to write in Delaware.

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Matt Denn and a bi-partisan group of legislative leaders, physicians, and civic leaders announced a five-part plan to address medical malpractice insurance rates:
A high-profile recruitment team to reach out to different insurance companies to encourage them to write in Delaware.

Bi-partisan legislation to create a targeted subsidy for specialists who have been hardest hit by escalating medical malpractice premiums.

A group of experts who will examine the feasibility of creating a self-insurance risk retention group for Delaware physicians.

Bi-partisan legislation to expand the reporting requirements for cases in which doctors pay out damages to medical malpractice victims, either through settlement of claims or through jury verdicts. This is designed to help the Denn’s department monitor medical malpractice trends.

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