ASIPP was created to promote the recognition of the interventional pain management specialty, expand educational opportunities, improve resources and, most importantly, increase safety and quality of the unique and effective interventional techniques offered to our patients.


Programs & Partnerships

To help further increase patient safety, while decreasing your risk of a medical malpractice claim, ASIPP has endorsed Willow Risk Advisors Insurance Agency as their professional liability insurance partner. Willow Risk Advisors has teamed up with NORCAL Group to develop an exclusive Medical Malpractice Insurance Program tailored specifically to serve Interventional Pain Physicians.


The NORCAL Group of companies provide medical professional liability insurance, risk management solutions and provider wellness resources to physicians, healthcare extenders, medical groups, hospitals, community clinics, and allied healthcare facilities throughout the country.

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Willow Risk Advisors

Willow Risk Advisors is a national insurance brokerage with over 20 years’ experience in handling and placing Healthcare Professional Liability Insurance for physicians, outpatient surgery centers miscellaneous healthcare facilities and hospitals.



  • Exclusive Program with Premium Discounts Available for ASIPP Members*

  • Administrative Defense — Relevant reimbursement coverage for regulatory and review board proceedings in addition to loss of earning

  • Cyber Coverage — Shared Limits of $100K per event / $100K standard aggregate limit with higher limits available†

  • Free Tail in the Event of Retirement, Disability or Death — No minimum age requirement**

  • Aggressive Claims Handling — Retaining seasoned medical malpractice defense attorneys to represent you and utilizing medical experts who practice in the same specialty as you

  • Right to Consent To Settle — True policyholder control of whether to settle‡

* Must be an active American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians member
† Increased cyber coverage is not available in all states.
** Other qualifications may apply
‡ Subject to state law and policy terms

Complimentary Award-winning Risk Management CME activities

- Access to a Mobile app for CME activities
- On-demand webcasts and articles
- Live Risk Management presentations and webinars



  • "Curbside" Consultation Strategies for Risk Reduction

    Given the exponential increase in your online interactions during the COVID-19 pandemic — Are you, or those you consult, at risk?

  • NORCAL Group Brochure

    Download to learn more about NORCAL Group.

  • Claims Rx: Systems Solutions to Decreasing Physician Burnout and Increasing Wellness

    Claims-based learning publication featuring case studies and risk management advice.

  • Claims Rx: Approaches to Managing Disruptive Patients

    Claims-based learning publication featuring case studies and risk management advice.

  • Webcast: Caring for the Challenging Patient: Managing Disruptive Behaviors


    View Webcast
  • Webcast: Overview of Practice Guidelines for Moderate Procedural Sedation


    View Webcast
  • Medical Records: Documentation Do's and Don'ts

    Whether electronic or paper, appropriate, consistent and accurate medical record documentation cannot be overemphasized. A complete medical record promotes quality patient care by providing a comprehensive patient history and facilitating continuity of care among all members of the healthcare team.

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  • Medical Records: Templates, Forms and Checklists

    Templates, forms, and checklists can improve efficiency in a busy practice. They can simplify and clarify documentation and serve as reminders of what should be checked during an examination. They can be good organizational tools that help the physician. 

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  • Informed Consent and Refusal

    The informed consent process is designed to give the patient the information necessary to make a voluntary and informed decision about a proposed treatment or procedure — even if that decision may not be in what the physician believes to be the patient’s best interest.

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  • Nine Steps to Respond to Unanticipated Outcomes

    In this document, you'll learn about the nine steps physicians will need to know on how to respond to unanticipated outcomes. The order in which these steps are completed may vary depending on the individual situation and/or the relevant institutional policies in effect at the time. Some of the steps may even occur simultaneously.

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For more information contact

Thomas Wierzbowski