Crime Insurance for Hospice and Home Healthcare
One of the major exposures for hospice organizations and home healthcare agencies is employee theft. There is the accounting staff, such as a CFO or bookkeeper, with access to payroll, credit card authorization, insurance payments, and other financial resources that can be mishandled or stolen. There are also other employees, such as medical technicians, with access to patient credit cards that can be stolen and used for their own purposes.
Protecting Your Insureds
We can help you protect your clients against theft with crime and fidelity insurance as part of our Care Providers Insurance Services program. Our coverage is designed to protect hospices for losses as a result of:
- Employee Dishonesty
- Safe Burglary
- Computer Fraud
- Wire Transfer Fraud
- And Other Criminal Acts
What’s more, to help prevent crime and employee theft, internal controls and audits and sound hiring procedures and employment practices should be a part of a hospice insurance and risk management plan. We can assist you in helping your insureds assess their procedures, pinpoint any gaps, and implement stronger measures to mitigate crime exposures.
Count on Our Expertise, In-House Underwriting
For more than 25 years, Care Providers has been providing the hospice community and other non-profits and social service organizations with comprehensive, competitively priced insurance. This is our sole focus and commitment. We have a staff whose experience is unparalleled in the industry, helping you to properly insure your clients while growing your business in fast-growth industry sectors. Our in-house underwriting allows you to respond to your insureds’ needs immediately. And, when loss does occur, you can rely on our superior claims services.
Learn More About Our Insurance Program for the Hospice Community
We invite you to learn more about our program for hospices and how we can assist you in expanding your agency’s book of business. Please call Randall Hedlund, Program Director, Care Providers, at 800-761-7072, ext. 1310, or complete the Get Started form on this page, for information about our program.