Chubb Introduces Healthcare Practice to Reduce Critical Threats Faced by Healthcare Organizations
PHILADELPHIA, PA: Chubb in its latest move has designed an industry practice exclusively for the healthcare marketplace to deliver them insurance coverage and risk management solutions. The healthcare industry practice by Chubb guides company’s capabilities to provide a whole range of innovative insurance products and services for the customers in the healthcare industry. These customers include physicians, hospitals, managed care providers, prolonged care facilities and other different medical operators.
"The integration of physicians, shifts in payment models, new medical treatments and technologies, changing regulations, and merger and acquisition (M&A) activity are driving healthcare transformation and are challenging the industry. Our industry practice is uniquely positioned to address these challenges with a comprehensive portfolio of products and services," says Caroline Clouser, Executive Vice President, Chubb Healthcare.
Chubb has distributed this latest healthcare industry practice between the eight North American regions and 48 branch offices. This practice will cover a wide range of healthcare options that includes Medical Professional Liability, Management Liability, Environmental, Accident and Health, ESIS- Risk Management Services and Third-Party Administrator and others. Chubb will also authorize its healthcare customers to access its customized risk management and engineering services. These services will deliver its customers with appropriate and timely access to the information that includes risk identification, risk exposures, effective communication and strategy implementation.
“Chubb’s Healthcare Industry Practice brings together the broad capabilities of our organization to respond to the diverse needs of healthcare customers. Our experienced team of professionals, who have built long-term relationships with healthcare organizations, is committed to providing creative and responsive insurance and risk management products for a more complete solution," says Caroline Clouser, Executive Vice President, Chubb Healthcare.
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