HCPC renewal for paramedics and the importance of having appropriate indemnity insurance

As of 1 April 2015, the Health and Care Professions Council renewal process has required registrants to confirm that they have a professional indemnity arrangement in place if they are a practising paramedic. Martin Berry, executive officer, College of Paramedics, considers the implication this change in legislation has on staff and outlines the new medial malpractice and public liability insurance policy that is to be offered to all full members of the College.

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