- Risk Management and
- Risk Management and Patient Safety Seminars
- PRMS Residents' Education Programs (PREP)
- Financial Management
Please note: The PRMS office will be closing on Friday, May 24, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EST in observance of Memorial Day. The office will reopen on Tuesday, May 28th at 8:30 a.m. EST.
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.
We are proud of the programs we manage and we invite you to learn more!
- 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 over 25 years, PRMS has provided psychiatric-specific claims, risk management and underwriting services to our insureds.
- The Neurologists' Program
PRMS proudly manages The Neurologists' Program, a full-service medical professional liability insurance program. From the policy itself to the risk management advice and guidance provided, The Neurologists' Program has one focus - neurology. The Neurologists' Program is endorsed by the American Academy of Neurology.
News and Events
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We've Expanded! Please note our new address:PRMS, Inc.
1401 Wilson Boulevard,
Arlington, VA 22209
- A Special Holiday Message From PRMS
PRMS Supports the Troops
For over eight years, PRMS staff have been actively supporting U.S. troops serving in Afghanistan and Iraq by sending care packages and letters.
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.