Medical Indemnity Fund

The Medical Indemnity Fund was established in 2011 to provide a funding source for future health care costs associated with birth-related neurological injuries. Enrollees of the Fund are plaintiffs in medical malpractice actions who have received either court-approved settlements or judgments deeming the plaintiffs' neurological impairments to be birth-related.

Public Consulting Group (PCG), is the Medical Indemnity Fund (MIF) Administrator. As Administrator, PCG oversees the MIF enrollment process, provides technical and case management support to enrollees and families, and adjudicates requests for services requiring prior authorization. PCG is also the MIF Claims Administrator responsible for healthcare and pharmacy benefit claims processing.


Effective October 1, 2019, the New York State Department of Health (DOH) will serve as the administrator of the Medical Indemnity Fund (MIF), per Health and Mental Hygiene Article VII Legislation, Part K. The Department of Financial Services (DFS) will no longer oversee MIF operations. DOH has been working alongside DFS for several years on MIF initiatives.

Public Consulting Group (PCG) will remain the Medical Indemnity Fund Administrator and Claims Administrator as it is today. PCG will continue to handle day‐to‐day Fund operations, including case management, enrollment, requests for services requiring prior authorization, and claims payment. Day-to-day operations will be not be affected by this transition.

Questions regarding the transition or additional information can be obtained by calling: (855) 696-4333 or via email [email protected]

Please use the information below to submit:


Medical Indemnity Fund
c/o Public Consulting Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 7315
Albany, NY 12224
Phone: (855) NYMIF33 | (855) 696-4333

Authorization requests can also be sent by fax to: (518) 344-1293.

Claim Submissions

Medical Indemnity Fund
c/o Public Consulting Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 22008
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (855) NYMIF33 | (855) 696-4333

Note: Photographs and faxes of claims are not acceptable and will not be processed.

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