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New York Psychiatrists: Physicians who participate in the Excess Program and/or want the 5% premium discount must complete a risk management course approved by the New York Insurance Department. The CME courses without a “NY Excess” in their title are not approved by the New York Insurance Department. You may still take unapproved courses for CME credit.
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ATTENTION NEW YORK PSYCHIATRISTS: The NY Excess Follow-up Course designated for the upcoming policy year 2023-2024 has been posted. The regulatory completion deadline is June 30, 2023, though hospitals can and do alter deadlines and course requirements.
If you did not receive our e-mail notice that the Course had been posted, please make sure that we have your current e-mail address on file by notifying Client Services at email@example.com with the updated address.
If you were taking the prior NY Excess Follow-up Course (designated for Policy Year 2022-2023) but have not completed it, you may access that course here. That Course will be available until April 14, 2024.
Physicians who participate in the Excess Program and/or want the 5% premium discount must complete a risk management course approved by the New York Insurance Department. The CME courses without a “NY Excess” in their title are not approved by the New York Insurance Department. You may still take unapproved courses for CME credit.
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