Physicians have taken notice, and are asking questions. But some of the questions are more difficult to answer than others, and sometimes physicians speak to non-OMA advisors who are less familiar with OMA Insurance offerings and who may provide erroneous, incomplete or outdated information.
While the OMA cannot control what others say about its insurance program, we do have a duty to provide complete and accurate information so that members can make the best decisions possible to address their specific insurance needs.
In that spirit, below are examples of inaccurate statements, and misunderstandings, occasionally expressed with respect to the OMA Insurance program, followed by clarification from the OMA.
OMA Insurance puts member interests first, and we put member insurance protection needs ahead of revenue. In other words, we exist solely to improve the lives of physicians.