Unpacking Allied Healthcare Risks in Med Spas

Posted on: May 16, 2024 by Huntersure

Med spas blend the worlds of medical care and spa treatments, creating a unique environment for an Allied Healthcare professional. As an insurance agent specializing in this sector, it’s important to understand the specific risks these professionals face and the tailored insurance solutions they require.  Identifying Unique Risks for an Allied Healthcare Professional Allied healthcare […] Read More

Best Practices for Avoiding Malpractice Claims

Posted on: May 7, 2016 by Huntersure

Malpractice claims are at an all-time high and to the healthcare industry, this should come as no surprise. These claims encompass more than just blatant wrongdoing and are now expanding above and beyond- down to the way patients felt during treatment. Therefore, it’s important for your clients to understand how to protect themselves, their practice, […] Read More

Technologies Revolutionizing Home Healthcare

Posted on: September 23, 2015 by Huntersure

As home healthcare is modernized, numerous technology based programs are reshaping the way in which they operate. During a time of technological transition, Home Healthcare Professional Liability insurance can help to curb potential financial loss and litigation. Sensors- According to Information Week, advanced remote patient monitoring sales accounted for $29.7 billion worldwide in 2014 alone. […] Read More

Next-Of-Kin Creates Challenges for Allied Healthcare Providers

Posted on: April 8, 2015 by Huntersure

When it comes to patient care, next-of-kin and emergency contacts are invaluable pieces of patient information, however there is growing concern among allied healthcare providers and researchers that healthcare legislation and regulations are not adapting to chaining cultural and social norms. Medically and legally, the next-of-kin relationship is important in determining who should be called […] Read More

Are Rural Hospital Closures an Allied Healthcare Concern?

Posted on: March 19, 2015 by Huntersure

The state of rural healthcare has made headlines across the nation lately as small hospitals and medical care facilities have been closing at what industry members are calling an alarming rate. According to the National Rural Health Association, which represents about 2,000 small hospitals across the country and other rural care providers, 48 rural hospitals […] Read More

Common New York Allied Healthcare Liability Exposures

Posted on: December 19, 2014 by Huntersure

Common New York Allied Healthcare Liability Exposures   The allied healthcare industry is comprised of many different sectors, types of facilities and professionals, all of which face unique loss and liability exposures through the course of their operation. Regardless of your clients’ specialty, professionalism, training and experience, if they are a healthcare provider or healthcare […] Read More