The PIAA Fellows Leadership Program is a two-year program that engages healthcare professionals, particularly, member company board members and senior executives with backgrounds in medicine, nursing, and dentistry, for future participation in PIAA and medical professional liability (MPL) industry leadership. Through the Fellows Program, PIAA will work with and advise healthcare professionals with a specific interest in MPL issues, needs, and interests to partner with the Association as it carries out its mission to be the forum and voice for every entity in the MPL insurance industry with a commitment to the quality practice of medicine and provision of healthcare.

Participating Fellows have the opportunity to serve on a PIAA committee or section, or on an ad-hoc subject-specific advisory group. Fellows may also be invited to speak at PIAA meetings or workshops and participate in special sessions in conjunction with the PIAA Board Governance Roundtable, Data Sharing Advisory Committee, and other PIAA events.

The PIAA Fellows Leadership Program will require a commitment of time and effort on the part of the Fellow. The cost of the two-year program is $1,000.

If interested in participating in the Fellows Leadership Program, contact P. Divya Parikh at

PIAA Congratulates 2015-2017 PIAA Fellows-Alumni

Congratulations to the 2015-2017 PIAA Fellow-Alumni for the successful completion of the second inaugural PIAA Fellows Leadership Program! The PIAA Fellow-Alumni recently graduated, receiving certificates of achievement at the 2017 PIAA Medical Liability Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Many thanks to the oversight and contributions of Dr. Ted Clark, MD, COPIC, who served as program advisor.

PIAA Welcomes New 2017-2019 Fellows

PIAA is pleased to announce that a new two-year PIAA Fellows Leadership Program 2017-2019 will begin in October 2017. Dr. Paul McNabb, MD, State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company, will serve as program advisor for the new class.

New Class:

Fellows' Orientation
October 25th, 2017
Alexandria, Virginia.

For more information: contact the PIAA Fellows Leadership Program director, P. Divya Parikh at