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Dr Helen Hartley, Head of Underwriting Operations, Medical Protection

Post date: 19/12/2017 | Time to read article: 1 mins

The information within this article was correct at the time of publishing. Last updated 14/11/2018

Currently head of underwriting operations and deputy head of underwriting policy at Medical Protection, Helen Hartley brings a vast wealth of knowledge to her role. Prior to joining Medical Protection, Helen had 17 years’ hospital medical experience, including 7 years as a consultant anaesthetist. Since being here, she’s worked as both a medicolegal advisor and a risk consultant to the underwriting department, before transitioning to her current role where she continues to contribute to underwriting policy.

During the current period of significant disruptive innovation to healthcare provision, Helen will work to reshape our indemnity and non-indemnity offerings to remain relevant in UK primary and secondary care markets whilst still properly reflecting the risks of clinical practice.

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