What's New & Archive

MICA announces new Underwriting Vice President

June 13, 2018 Mutual Insurance Company of Arizona (MICA), Arizona’s market leader in medical professional liability insurance, today announced the appointment of Timothy (Tim) J. Friers as its new Underwriting Vice President. Click here to read the full press release.

MICA is now on Twitter

You can follow MICA on LinkedIn , Facebook , YouTube , and now Twitter ! MICA is dedicated to sharing a variety relevant articles, tips, and resources on all of our social media platforms. Click on any of the links provided to start following us today!

Our Latest Lunch & Law Webinar is Now Available

Did you miss our latest Lunch & Law webinar, Anatomy of a Lawsuit? You can view it now by logging in and clicking on Lunch & Law Webinars under Quick Links.

Watch your email for invitations to future Lunch & Learn and Lunch & Law webinars, held the third Wednesday of every month at 12:15 MST.

2nd Quarter Issue of the Risk Advisor is Now Available

The Risk Advisor is MICA's quarterly CME publication from our award-winning Risk Management Department. The March 2018 issue covers a variety of relevant topics including: Inadequate Documentation of Informed Consent, Scope of Practice for Advanced Healthcare Professionals, and Effectively Managing the Risks. Log in today to read the 2nd Quarter issue of the Risk Advisor.

MICA Report is now available

The 2nd quarter issue of the MICA Report is now available on the MICA website. Log in today to read about today's relevant topics.

Fraud Alert! MICA Login Security Notice

As a client of MICA your safety and security is always our priority. Recently a MICA insured received a phone call from an unidentified individual who stated they were calling regarding their MICA insurance. The caller asked the MICA insured to log onto their computer to access information. The call originated from 727-555-0126 which has been flagged as a number being used for scam or fraud.

All MICA IT systems have been reviewed to demonstrate that no systems have been compromised. Should you be the target of any similar or suspicious activity, we recommend immediately checking your PC for malware, phishing, or viruses. In addition, we recommend that you change your MICA password if you use any of MICA’s online options such as premium payment, completing renewal census, obtaining a certificate of insurance, etc.

If a MICA employee contacts you and you are unsure of their identity, please contact us immediately to verify that the individual is a MICA employee by calling 602-808-2111 or 877-215-6422.