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Medical Photographer Insurance

Medical photographers take photos that aid in patient assessments, diagnoses, and medical research such as pictures of surgeries and treatments. Medical photographers must be trained and educated in sterilization techniques, anatomy, and medical procedures and terminology because they often work in hospitals, medical clinics, and research labs. They also must be skilled in maintaining good hand-eye coordination to ensure clear photographs.

All medical professionals, including medical photographers, must follow the four pillars of medical ethics: beneficence (doing good), non-maleficence (do no harm), autonomy (giving the patient the freedom to choose freely whenever possible), and justice (fairness). The four pillars of medical ethics are only the framework to medical ethics, but there are other principles they must follow such as patient confidentiality. Occasionally, medical photographers also document vital information for sexual assault victims. This sensitive duty requires medical photographers to obtain clear, accurate documentation. They need to keep the patient’s information confidential unless they have given consent. 

As medical photographers are considered medical workers, it is important for them to get medical malpractice insurance and professionalliability insurance. Medical malpractice insurance is specifically designed for healthcare professionals, and it protects them from errors made in the medical setting. For example, medical malpractice insurance can cover claims regarding negligence, misdiagnosis, wrong medical prescriptions, procedural errors, and other medical errors healthcare professionals may perform when treating patients. Professional liability insurance is a legal requirement that covers claims made against you due to negligence.

Learn more about insurance for Medical Photographers by consulting with us or by obtaining a free online quote below. 

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