From the monthly archives: October 2020

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Starting Your Own Mobile Service for Skin Care and Injectables

If you have started your own part-time,  mobile service for skin care and injectables, and now you're growing—providing more medical aesthetic services, continuing your journey in training and certifications, achieving more medical credentials—you need a Medical Professional Liability Insurance policy. 

You need a policy that grows with you to match your business completely, a policy that understands and accommodates the services that you are providing.

Medical Spas are continuing to grow. The industry is expanding and the rate of change requires insurance companies that are committed, competitive and responsive to claims. A Medispa Professional Liability Insurance policy must provide insurance to cover you for injectable services in an established spa setting as well as in customers' homes and at conventions. These common settings help you to grow your business. Your insurance contract also needs to grow with you as you add other providers: nutritionists, dietitians, massage therapists, colon hydrotherapists and other wellness professionals. 

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Hospitalist and Urgent Care Medical Professional Liability Insurance

Urgent Care CentersHospitalist Groups, centers for integrative wellness and growing functional medicine groups all share a common challenge of needing to find an affordable Medical Malpractice Insurance Policy. 

These policies need to provide liability insurance for the entity, including all medical doctors, owners and laypeople.

The practitioners—medical doctors, mid-level providers and other specialty health care allied practitioners working on behalf of the organization—all need to be covered, or at least ideally should be covered, on the same policy. Premium development should consider actual risk (i.e. number of consultations, visits, encounters and annual revenue). These hospitalist and urgent care policies use these risk-based metrics to develop pure premiums. Most medical malpractice policies develop their premiums based on specialty category, full- or part- time, and considering the territory.

Then, the premium increases from there. The claims made process 

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