|Chartis Expands Healthcare Management Liability Offering|
New York – July 13, 2010 –Chartis today announced that it has expanded the healthcare management liability suite of products offered by its Executive Liability Division to address the expanding risks facing board members and executives of healthcare companies.
Coverage enhancements include:
In addition, insureds have complimentary access to newly expanded CrisisFund® coverage, which provides coverage for costs associated with responding to and addressing crises that may be faced by healthcare organizations. Such costs include the fee of hiring a public relations firm to execute a crisis communications plan in connection with events such as an infection crisis, wrong site surgery, executive compensation, patient abuse and patient medical information release, among others.
The expanded CrisisFund offering includes:
“We have maintained a consistent presence in this industry class, and as the healthcare landscape continues to change, these enhancements emphasize our commitment to meet the unique needs of our healthcare clients,” said John Gambale, President of the Private and Non-Profit unit of Executive Liability.
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