Healthcare Facilities Face a Range of Risks
- Electronic data is lost or built-in equipment breaks down.
- Utility services are interrupted and result in a loss of business
- Patients need to be evacuated due to an emergency event or threat.
Patients’ or residents’ personal property is damaged or stolen.
General Liability Coverage
- Directors, Officers and Entity Coverage – helps protect directors, officers and management of healthcare facilities in their everyday management and business decisions.
- Employment Practices Liability Coverage – helps protect healthcare organizations and their leaders from damages and defense costs related to employment practice disputes such as discrimination, sexual harassment, and wrongful termination or discipline.
- Fiduciary Liability Coverage – helps provide coverage for claims that arise from the administration and oversight of specified employee benefits plans provided to employees and retirees of healthcare organizations.
- Crime Coverage – helps protect healthcare organizations against employee theft and other crimes.
- Kidnap and Ransom Coverage – helps protect the organization’s employees from loss if they are kidnapped in the U.S. or while traveling abroad.
Personal Effects of Patients or Residents Coverage
Mandated Decontamination Coverage
Condemnation of Uncontaminated Stock Coverage
Radioactive Contamination Coverage
Patient or Resident Evacuation Coverage
Crisis Event Coverage
Business Income Coverage
Off-Premises Utility Services
Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Commercial Auto Coverage
Mobile Medical Coverage
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