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How can an Indian medical student get malpractise insurance in USA for doing clinical elective in US medical school?


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2012-07-08 05:18:11
2012-07-08 05:18:11

Malpractice insurance is usually not provided by Indian insurance companies. US insurance companies do provide malpractice insurance, and they can be found on the internet. For a malpractice insurance of $1 million for one month, a premium of around $ 500 is reasonable. It takes around a month for the whole process of securing the insurance.For more information on clinical electives and malpractice insurance providers,

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