Do You Practice in a Rural Location? Access ISMIE’s New Guide on Reducing Your Risk

A Rural Physician's Guide to Mitigating RisksSixty million Americans – that's one in five – live in rural areas. If you practice medicine in a rural location, you know the adversities these patients face, including difficulty accessing healthcare, food insecurity, and higher rates of chronic disease.

You also know the challenges you face: long hours, house calls, and limited access to healthcare resources to name a few. These difficulties can increase your liability risk.

ISMIE recently published a whitepaper to help address these issues, titled A Rural Physician's Guide to Mitigating Risks. The guide discusses various strategies for maintaining an effective medical practice in a rural location, including useful technologies, recruiting and retention tips, and practical changes for managing the flow of your workday. 

Questions? Contact our risk management team by email or by phone at 800-782-4767 ext. 3300.