Protection against legal, financial, and reputational risk
The healthcare industry is a hotbed of changing regulations, liabilities, and emerging risks. That’s why we’re dedicated to the healthcare industry – to not just understand it, but really know it. This single focus allows us to create powerful partnerships with healthcare organizations across the U.S., building flexible, tailored solutions that help protect them from legal, financial, and reputational risks arising from the services they provide.
Our specialty healthcare liability solutions combine with our core property and casualty solutions to offer steadfast protection for healthcare organizations.
M&A Activity in Healthcare
Watch Dennis Cook, President of Liberty Mutual Healthcare, discuss the uptick in M&A activity in the healthcare sector.
And be sure to check out Liberty Mutual Healthcare M&A Protector coverage to learn how our new product enhancements add a layer of security for those on both sides of an M&A transaction- the buyer as well as the purchased. Learn more here.
Custom account solutions
Our alternate risk-management solutions help protect healthcare organizations with complex or unique professional liability exposures.
Digital health professional liability
Our coverage helps protect healthcare professionals from liability and the unique risks associated with virtual and telehealth care delivery.
We offer an array of programs to help protect medical providers with unique coverage needs or hard-to-place risk.
Our reinsurance solutions help HMOs manage growing financial risk associated with member care costs and curtail the impact of catastrophic claims.
Hospital professional liability
Our coverage helps protect healthcare organizations from liability risk associated with treatment decisions and actions.
Life sciences liability
We can help protect biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, and medical product companies from liability-related financial losses and lawsuits arising from their products or their work.
Managed care E&O and D&O liability
We offer errors and omissions (E&O) and directors and officers (D&O) liability to help protect managed care organizations against liability risk arising from their services.
Miscellaneous medical professional liability
Our coverage helps protect outpatient medical service providers from liability associated with alleged errors, omissions, or other wrongful acts.
Physician group practice professional liability
We can help protect physicians and their practices from liability associated with alleged errors and omissions in treatment.
Provider excess insurance
Our PEI solutions support medical providers with an extra layer of protection. Whether it’s for start-up groups or well-established providers, this option can help protect against catastrophic claims.
Regulatory liability errors and omissions
Our coverage helps protect healthcare organizations from errors and omissions liability associated with regulatory actions, investigations, and audits.
Senior care professional and general liability
Our solutions help protect long-term care facilities from liability associated with alleged errors and omissions in care.
Our coverage can help protect employers that self-fund their health insurance plans against large or catastrophic claims.
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