Please note: The PRMS office will close on Wednesday, November 25th at 1:00pm Eastern Time in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday. The office will reopen on Monday, November 30th at 8:30am Eastern Time.
In an ever-changing professional liability environment, it is important to have a trusted team of professionals with a proven track record on your side.
As an insurance program manager, we specialize in professional liability insurance services, including underwriting, claims, and risk management -- on a bundled and unbundled basis -- for individual healthcare providers, group practices, facilities, and organizations.
- The Psychiatrists' Program
PRMS serves as the insurance program manager for The Psychiatrists' Program, a full-service medical professional liability insurance for individual psychiatrists and those who practice in group settings. For nearly 30 years, PRMS has provided psychiatric-specific claims, risk management and underwriting services to our clients.
Updates and Events
PRMS is pleased to announce that Dr. Deborah Hales has been appointed as Psychiatrist in Residence at PRMS. Read press release (.pdf)
- Registration now open! Be a member of our “jury” in a unique, multi-media mock trial event, illustrating the relationship between the legal system, psychiatric malpractice, and risk management. Learn more...
PRMS Helps Share a Little Love in Every BoxIn recognition of National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day on May 7, PRMS staff took part in a service project by helping package gifts of joy in the form of boxed craft kits to promote healing for children in area hospitals. Read more...
PRMS Vice President Co-Editor of "Clinical Guide to Mental Disability Evaluations"PRMS Vice President, Risk Management, Donna Vanderpool, MBA, JD has co-edited a new guide to disability evaluations with renowned forensic psychiatrist Liza H. Gold, MD. Read more...
Two Top Liability Risks for Psychiatrists: Patients with Suicidal Behavior and Psychopharmacology
Patient suicides may trigger the most lawsuits, but according to PRMS data, cases with the largest verdicts or settlements don't involve the death of a patient, but significant and permanent physical and neurological damage requiring lifelong care. Read more...
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