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Can you please post someone to help? I graduated NP school but decided I don’t want to work as an NP and am a nurse educator instead but I also work per diem as an RN. I went to get NSO coverage today and they said that i should be insured at my highest level of education which is NP because they can sue me at the NP level and that coverage is $2300 per year as opposed to $199! Is this really necessary? I can’t afford that working 2 per diem jobs!

Anonymous Answered question November 17, 2022
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You are always going to be held liable to the highest level. They will try to say you should have done blah blah different because you have been educated as a provider.

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