Matt Thompson is currently the Executive Vice-President & National Sales Manager serving physician-clients throughout the country. Matt joined Diederich Healthcare in 2007, bringing his experience and background in the field of law/compliance to the organization. In addition to consulting and providing malpractice insurance coverage to healthcare providers, Matt has also presented and spoken to Medical Societies/Associations, Hospitals, and Healthcare Groups about the ever-changing malpractice insurance landscape.

Originally from central Illinois, Matt earned his bachelor’s degree at Southern Illinois University. In addition, he completed his Juris Doctorate of Law at the Southern Illinois University School of Law, during which time he worked at the Jackson County State’s Attorney office as a licensed 711 attorney. Matt and his wife Lacey have two young daughters, Lilly and Madeline.

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    Recent Posts from "The Standard" by Matt Thompson

    New Admitted Carrier Offering Malpractice Insurance Coverage in New York

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    The Doctors Company (TDC), the largest physician-owned malpractice insurance carrier, was approved to start offering coverage on an admitted basis to New York physicians and healthcare providers. This is an encouraging development for New York physicians, who traditionally have had only a few admitted carriers available in the state to choose from. Because of the lack of admitted options, recently many New York physicians and practices have considered coverage with Risk Retention Groups (RRG). This…

    Doctors changing jobs – know your malpractice insurance options

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    Whether it’s a change in employment, a move to a new state, or the sale of your practice, almost every doctor will someday need to evaluate malpractice insurance options.  When these times are upon you, you may feel overwhelmed with making decisions in a time crunch.  You still have patients to care for, a life outside of medicine, and now you need to solve your malpractice insurance problem.  Fortunately, you are not alone.  Read on…

    5 Primary Factors that affect a Physician’s Malpractice Insurance Premium

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    Location- location, location, location, is what you think of regarding real estate prices. Did you know that location is also one of the primary factors in how much a physician pays in premium for malpractice insurance coverage? Because each State has their own unique laws regarding tort liability, premiums can vary greatly depending on the State and/or County you practice in.  States that have passed meaningful Tort reform, such as California and Texas, have experienced…

    The Ins-and-Outs of your professional liability insurance policy

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    The information on your policy declarations page and certificate of insurance are the factors that determine who coverage is provided to, how much coverage is allotted and how far back it will extend into your prior acts period. You will see various sections on your certificate of insurance (COI) including:  Producer (your agent), Insurer (insurance company providing coverage), Insured (you), Type of coverage (professional liability should be marked at the bottom), and description of coverage…