It varies by state but base rates are 28k to upwards of 50k.
Malpractice insurance costs are determined by the type of coverage that is chosen. Average premiums for pediatricians for malpractice insurance are $12,000 per year.
Could be up to $300,000 dollars in some states. Average malpractice insurance for surgeons is around $30,000 however. Neurosurgeons have such high insurance premiums because the threat of malpractice is so high.
$750.00 a year
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The average cardiac surgeon makes $249,700-$336,000 per year.
Most of them no longer purchase Malpractice Insurance. So the answer would usually be Zero for malpractice coverage. Life and Health insurance they are rated the same as anyone else. based on age, life style, various risk factors etc.
A lot. But less than for doctors.
In the US, $40-60K annually.
around $550/year (2012 quote).
It depends on which state the doctor practices in and on in speciality he or she practices. Some specialities are more risky, and require a doctor to have more expensive malpractice insurance. States have different rates for medical malpractice insurance. Minnesota has the lowest rate for surgeons, but it can vary largely in every state.
It depends on where the Radiologist physician is practicing. For example: A Cook County Illinois Radiologist doctor will pay about $30k-$40k annually for their malpractice insurance depending on what discounts they qualify for.
You will need to contact an agent for this answer there are too many variables, with respect to premiums.
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15 to 35,000 per year in 2012
It depends on how long you have been working, what your experience is?
$1 million/$ 3 million limits are pretty standard.
There is no "one size fits all" answer. The cost of malpractice insurance varies widely depending on many variables such as length of time in practice, size of practice, past malpractice experience, etc. Policies may cost a few thousand a year, upwards to tens of thousands a year.
Mandatory Medical Malpractice Insurance?No, No state mandates that a Doctor carry malpractice insurance nor any kind of insurance at all related to their profession. Recent polls as of 2009 indicate that as much as 60 percent of private practitioners no longer purchase Medical Malpractice Coverage due to the high cost. Other AnswersI do believe that medical malpractice is required in every state for doctors, but you should check with the governing body of your state to verify. Even if it is not required, it is highly recommended due to the enormous liability you face when providing this type of service.
A Cardiac surgeon could use math finding how many heart beats per minute a patient has or how much blood a patient needs for a surgery.
This depends on the type of the operation, the locale, the patient's insurance, and the specific plastic surgeon. Rates vary greatly.
A surgeon in Puerto Rico makes the same as his conterpart on the mainland, thanks to insurance companies policy and Federal regulations.