MPLI Executive Insights: Paul Greve, Executive Vice President, Willis Towers Watson Health Care Practice

On the latest episode of Healthcare Matters, we interview Paul Greve, Executive Vice President at Willis Towers Watson Health Care Practice for our segment, MPLI Executive Insights. We sat down with Greve during the 2017 Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) Medical Professional Liability Symposium, where he moderated the panel, “Hot Topics: Regulatory and Related Changes in Healthcare.” We spoke with Greve on many topics, including the effect that changing or replacing the Affordable Care Act could have on hospitals and physician liability and the possibility of including federal tort reform in future healthcare legislation. Greve addressed how measures like caps on noneconomic damages, affidavits of merit and safe harbor laws could impact the medical liability industry.

Greve spoke with us as part of our new segment, MPLI Executive Insights, where we talk with top medical liability industry executives on current trends in medical liability, where the industry may be headed in the future and the impact of politics and reform efforts on the medical liability industry.

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