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Beazley's New Management Liability Coverage is Tailored to Unique Needs of Healthcare Organizations
Date:5/21/2009

CHICAGO, May 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- By combining the expertise of its management liability and healthcare teams, Beazley Group (BEZ.L) has developed enhanced management liability coverage that is precisely tailored to the needs of healthcare organizations, including hospitals, long term care facilities and academic medical centers.

The coverage is an adaptation of Beazley's successful BeazleyOne management liability package policy and protects healthcare organizations against directors' and officers' (D&O) risks, employment practices liability (EPL) risks, and fiduciary risks. A number of risks loom large for healthcare providers that are less of a concern for other organizations. These risks, all of which are covered under the new Beazley policy, include:

  • Failure to perform provider selection, credentialing or peer review activities.
  • Defense coverage for governmental return of funds claims, triggered when reimbursements from government administered programs such as Medicare and Medicaid are subsequently called into question.
  • Affirmative antitrust coverage. Antitrust laws, not always well understood by healthcare organizations, can entail severe penalties when efforts to share services or jointly negotiate better reimbursement terms are deemed to constrain competition and harm consumer interests.
  • Full defense coverage for EMTALA (Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act), Excess Benefit and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) claims.

The coverage, which is available in the admitted market with limits of up to $10,000,000, also includes a broad definition of insured persons, including staff physicians, medical directors, faculty members (at academic medical centers), volunteers and independent contractors.

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