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Medical liability data collection – Ohio Admin. Code 3901-1-64

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Every entity that offers medical malpractice insurance or that assumes liability to pay malpractice insurance must annually report to the superintendent of insurance information regarding any claim asserted in Ohio against a provider, if the claim resulted in a final judgment or settlement in any amount, or a final disposition resulting in no indemnity payment on behalf of the covered person(s).   The report will include the following:

  • Name, address and specialty coverage of each covered person;
  • The date of the occurrence that created the claim;
  • The name and address of the injured person;
  • The injured person’s age and sex;
  • In the case of a settlement, the injured person’s incurred medical expense, wage loss, and other expenses, if known;
  • Unless disclosure is otherwise prohibited by law, a summary of the basis for the claim, including:
    • The name of the institution, if any, and the location at which the injury occurred;
    • The medical event or incident giving rise to the alleged injury; and
    • A description of the principal injury giving rise to the claim.

Information reported to the superintendent is confidential, privileged and not a public record. 

Current as of June 2015