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Date:7/29/2013

Woodbridge, NJ (PRWEB) July 29, 2013

There’s no question that the Garden State has more than its fair share of healthcare experts. New Jersey physicians and healthcare professionals are some of the best in the world. To celebrate their skill and knowledge, and to provide some informational entertainment, Conventus, the professional medical liability company governed by physicians, for physicians, has developed the Healthcare Risk IQ test available online at http://www.ConventusNJ.com/Risk-IQ/.

“One of our team created the Conventus Healthcare Risk IQ Test to share the latest malpractice data in a fun, interesting way. It showcases useful information about the risks being really faced by New Jersey physicians.” states Dr. Howard Rosenbaum, Vice President of Conventus.

The online test takes about 3 minutes to complete and highlights some of the key malpractice facts for New Jersey physicians and their practices. Data is based on the latest online information issued by the US Department of Health & Human Services National Practitioner Databank and the US Department of Justice.

About Conventus

Owned and governed by New Jersey physicians, Conventus offers stable professional medical liability insurance backed by high-quality claims, underwriting, and risk management services. Conventus members enjoy the confidence of knowing their premium rates are offered at-cost, convenient access to a 24/7 Patient Care Hotline, and vigorous defense by a top, in-house legal team.

Dr. Rosenbaum can be reached at (877) 444-0484, ext. 466 or via email at hrosenbaum(at)conventusnj(dot)com for comment or more information.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10974057.htm.


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