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Insurance for your practice or hospital.

How fit is your business insurance protection?

As a medical professional, your first thought is for your patients. As a business owner, you also need to think about the success, risks, and reputation of your practice.

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Protect yourself, your business, and you investment.

Typical types of coverage for your medical practice or hospitals include:

  • Property & Casualty
  • General & Excess Liability
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Risk Exposure Analysis
  • Loss Control Techniques & Resources
  • Osha Compliance
  • Safety Education & Training
  • Safety Policies And Programs
  • Executive Risk Review
  • Exposure Review

Think beyond your business operations.

  • If your personal identity were stolen, could you afford to take the time away from your practice to reinstate your identity?
  • Could a poor personal credit report negatively affect your business?
  • Do you know the maximum amount your current insurance policy would pay to re-create your patient records lost in a fire?
  • Would the $10,000 limit often separately purchased be enough to pay for the labor it would take to reconstruct all of your patients’ records?
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Additional coverages to consider.

Reimbursement of legal expenses for disposal of medical waste.

If you are sued for allegedly violating a law or regulation governing the disposal of medical waste, this coverage will reimburse you up to a specific limit for your defense costs.


Reimbursement of legal expenses for court or review boards.

Covers your legal expenses, up to a specified limit, in connection with any disciplinary action brought against you before any court or a state review board.

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