The allied healthcare industry covers a wide range of businesses, each with their own risks and uncertainties. Whether you are a sole owner/employee or run a multi-person corporation, developing and implementing a risk management strategy that considers talent, allied malpractice insurance and periodic reviews can help you mitigate these concerns.
Hire the Right People
The overall health of your clients, and the success of your business, depends on the strength of your staff. Hiring highly trained and licensed professionals is an important step in managing the challenges you face. Also consider building out a deep bench of talent that you can bring on board quickly if your client volume increases suddenly.
Get Comprehensive Insurance
Also known as Errors & Omissions or Professional Liability insurance, allied malpractice insurance covers many different services including:
- Assisted living and independent living homes
- Hospice care
- Adult day care
- Medical labs
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy
- Med spas
Be sure to evaluate all insurance options to make sure the policy covers the unique needs of your business.
Perform Routine Reviews
As with all business strategies, it’s a good idea to review your risk management plan at least annually. Staff reviews and talking over your allied malpractice insurance policy with an agent can help identify any issues that need to be addressed or changes that need to be made.