Update Your Membership Information to Help with Your Year-End Planning

If you are contemplating a change in your practice, please notify CAP as soon as possible so our Membership Services Department can review your options with you and make your coverage transition a smooth one. Changes include, but are not limited to:

       Retirement from practice at age 55+

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       Part-time practice (e.g., 20 or fewer hours per week or 16 hours for anesthesiologists)

       Reduction or any change in the scope of your practice

       Employment with a government agency or non-private practice setting

       Employment with an HMO or other self-insured organization

       Joining a practice insured by another carrier

       Moving out of state

       Termination of membership

The Board of Trustees of the Mutual Protection Trust will levy an assessment in November 2020. To allow ample processing time, we recommend that members advise us in writing no later than October 31, 2020, of any of the above changes to be considered eligible for waiver or proration of the next assessment.

The online Membership Information Update form will be available soon in the Members’ Area of the CAP website at www.CAPphysicians.com. Members will be notified via email when the form goes live, so keep an eye on your inbox.

If you have not yet registered for the Member’s Area, please register for an account at https://member.CAPphysicians.com/register. You will need your member number and last four digits of your Social Security number.