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2018 Members Report

We recently published our 2018 Members Report. Policyholders should receive their copy within a few weeks. Our specialty and our industry are changing fairly rapidly. We discuss your company's leadership in an unsteady environment. In this report: MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR George Williams, MD discusses the changes occurring in our specialty. MESSAGE FROM THE CEO Tim Padovese celebrates another stand-out year by announcing some big news. FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Robert Wiggins MD highlights two OMIC financial and operational metrics that show our superior performance compared to multispecialty carriers. 2018 Members Report


What will OMIC pay for if I am sued?

You probably know the limits of liability you carry for your medical professional liability insurance. But have you wondered what these limits pay for?  Many insureds carry $1 million per claim/$3 million aggregate limits. This means they have $1 million to pay damages for each claim that comes in that policy year, and the...
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2017 Members Report



I examine infants with a history of ROP for amblyopia, strabismus, and myopia. Do I need to complete an ROP questionnaire?

To answer the question, it is helpful to first explain why we ask physicians who provide ROP care to complete a supplemental questionnaire and undergo special underwriting review. Due to their potential for extremely high payouts, OMIC has developed underwriting requirements to reduce the risk of ROP-related claims and to improve the company’s ability to defend the insured...

Six reasons OMIC is the best choice for ophthalmologists in America.

#2. Leader in the industry.

A-rated by AM Best, OMIC is ranked #1 among 50 malpractice insurance companies in America for financial stability. No other carrier has matched OMIC's consistent financial performance with regard to both combined and operating ratios, the two most relevant financial measurements for an insurance carrier.