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PIAA's Parikh: Internal Medicine Claims Surpass OB Claims

Divya Parikh, vice president of research and risk management at the PIAA, said overall frequency of medical liability claims is down but severity is up. New forms of medicine delivery increasing exposure for a wider range of medical professionals.

Aug. 14, 2015

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