In today's world, quality professional liability coverage is a necessity in the healthcare industry. As a case manager, we know you are keenly aware of the difficulty in obtaining affordable liability coverage. As the professional association for case mangers, CMSA has been busy on your behalf, working out the best possible arrangement in this vital area of your practice.
CMSA has partnered with Healthcare Providers Service Organization (HPSO) to provide a comprehensive and affordable professional liability insurance product. CMSA has selected the HPSO program because of the many benefits, affordable rates and their commitment to superior service.
Coverage features include:
Errors & Omissions
coverage for healthcare consulting, case management, utilization review from medical or non-medical acts, errors and omissions.
Legal Expense Benefit
License Protection Personal Injury
Defendant Expense Benefit
First Aid Benefit
CMSA has chosen HPSO to provide this exclusive coverage because:
The insurance plan is backed with experience and strength. HPSO is the plan's administrator and as one of the top leaders HPSO provides professional liability coverage to over 800,000 healthcare providers. The underwriter for the HPSO plan is American Casualty Company, a CNA Company. CNA has received an "A" excellent rating from A.M. Best for its financial strength and stability.
The plan provides a comprehensive policy designed for the level of protection that is important for case managers including errors and omission coverage.
HPSO is committed to providing the best service possible to CMSA members. A couple of service benefits include account access 24/7 by Internet or phone and the HPSO Risk Advisor newsletter.
In addition, CMSA members who receive 6 CE's at the CMSA Annual Conference & Expo or through CMSA's WebED may qualify for a 10% discount.
I urge you to review the HPSO insurance program today.
Peter Moran, RN, BSN, MS, CCM
Click here for details on the professional liability insurance offered through HPSO.
*The course must be 6 contact hours in a subject related to the insured's area of specialization. Must provide a certificate of attendance showing course name, number of hours and course date. Course must have been completed within the last 12 months in order for discount to be applied