Tailored liability cover for the directors and officers of healthcare providers.
Directors and officers of healthcare providers have tremendous responsibilities to their patients, employees, creditors, bondholders, vendors and communities. With these responsibilities comes the pressure to deliver the highest quality care while also making difficult decisions to ensure the long-term well-being of their facilities. These decisions could not only jeopardize the continuance of their facilities, but can also put their own personal assets at risk. We offer comprehensive liability coverage that includes:
Up to $10M limit.
The healthcare environment is rapidly changing and presenting new and unique exposures on a daily basis. Beazley Remedy is the newest offering that gives directors and officers the coverage they require to operate their facilities while also giving them peace of mind knowing that they are adequately covered and protected in this ever changing healthcare landscape. Beazley Remedy offers coverage against a wide range of potential healthcare specific claims while also offering a wide array of coverage enhancements.
Healthcare directors and officers
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A New England hospital sent a pregnant patient to another hospital’s emergency room without having her first examined by a physician. Department of Health officials determined that this was a violation of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), as unstable patients are required to be seen by a physician prior to being transferred to other facilities. Defense costs, fines and penalties exceeded $250,000.
A small hospital saw revenues drop due to new competing facilities. It’s primary creditor withdrew over $1 million from the hospital’s operating account leaving the hospital with no way to cover expenses and forcing them to declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
In recent years, the telehealth space has grown significantly, including countless new entrants into the market. These businesses can run the gamut in size. As a virtual care insurer, we see insured go from the pre-revenue phase, through IPO, and eventually to billion-dollar revenues.