The Daily

Victims of Malpractice Don’t Lose Their Patient Rights.

I know – for a fact – that this happens waaay too often. Sometimes, the physicians and trial lawyers share an interest in patient safety that is contrary to the interests of the doctor’s insurance carrier.

“Protecting patient and physician confidentiality must be a paramount concern of medical malpractice carriers. What Coverys has done in refusing to take action violates the confidentiality on which medical decisions are made,” stated Dr. Welter about the case. “I am hopeful the judicial system and the public will demand better from our corporate institutions.”

Here is the link to the Massachusetts case filed by a physician against his insurance carrier for data breach.

Medical Malpractice Carrier Sued for Failure to Protect Confidential Patient and Physician Data