Nurse Practitioner Claim Report: 4th Edition - A Guide to Identifying and Addressing Professional Liability Exposures

This Nurse Practitioner Claim Report released by NSO and CNA, reports that the average cost to defend a malpractice lawsuit against a nurse practitioner is $60,034.   



Now in its fourth edition, NSO and CNA’s claim report provides a unique look at how malpractice and license defense claims have increased in cost, and how claim allegations and settings have changed over the years as nurse practitioners’ role in the healthcare community has grown and evolved.  The free 86-page report offers:  

  • Professional liability claim data and analysis 
  • License protection claim data and analysis
  • Legal case studies taken from CNA’s claim files
  • Risk management recommendations
    • Including Medication Error Prevention - related recommendations from ISMP
  • A risk control self-assessment checklist

 

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