MPM Event Schedule

MGMA St. Louis Conference
March 12, 2014
St. Charles Convention Center

MSMA Annual Convention
St. Louis Renaissance Hotel
April 4-6, 2014

Greater Kansas City Medical Managers Association
April 9, 2014
Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center

116th  Missouri Osteopathic Annual Convention
May, 1-2 , 2014
Chateau on the Lake, Branson MO

MGMA  Spring Conference
May 4-6, 2014
Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach, MO

Missouri  American College of Surgeons
May 30-June 1, 2014
Lodge of the Four Seasons

ACOG Annual Meeting
June 13-14, 2014
Big Cedar Lodge, Branson , MO

MPM News

We are happy to report that MPM yet again is Missouri’s 1# Medical Professional Liability Insurance Company


2013 Missouri Marketshare
1. MPM / MPMKS 12.87%
2. Medical Protective Co. 12.72%
3. Medical Liability Alliance 12.37%


Four Missouri Doctors Elected to Missouri Professionals Mutual Board

Frederick B. Lintecum, M.D., Walter R. Peters, Jr., M.D., Raymond August Ritter, III, M.D., and David L. Weinstein, M.D. will help MPM continue to re-empower Missouri physicians… Read More



St. Louis OB/GYN David Weinstein, MD, opts not to bemoan the frustrations physicians often face in their practices. Rather, he works to fix them… Read More


Jim Reinert Honored for Most Defense Verdicts in 2013.

Jim Reinert will be honored for obtaining the most defense verdicts of any attorney in Missouri in 2013.  Read More

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Daily Industry News

  • Survey Favors Medicare Pay Data Release

    (MedPage Today) — Almost three of out five readers believe Medicare’s release last week of data on what it paid individual doctors was a good idea, according to results of a poll on the MedPage Today website.

  • D.C. Week: ACA Enrollment Tops Expectations

    WASHINGTON (MedPage Today) — The White House heralded the early successes of the Affordable Care Act here in what has been a mostly quiet week because of religious holidays.

  • Risk Score Predicts Arthritis Progression

    (MedPage Today) — A risk score encompassing clinical characteristics, serologic findings, and imaging tests could be used to predict which antibody-positive patients are likely to go on to develop rheumatoid arthritis, researchers reported.