Enhance your sustainability: Virtual Care Insurance
As more healthcare providers turn to virtual care, it’s crucial to safeguard both yourself and your patients from potential risks. That’s where the best virtual care insurance comes in to provide peace of mind. By working with ZRM Brokerage, you’ll be able to effectively reduce your total cost of risk and improve sustainability. Together we can identify and evaluate specific operational risks, and match you with one of the top insurance carriers in the country with a program specifically tailored to protect virtual healthcare providers.
With solutions for established providers and startups, virtual care insurance allows you to focus on what matters most: patient wellness.
Protect your practice, patients and your data
As we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual care has become an essential tool for both patients and healthcare providers. Not only does it provide safe interactions and greater access to care, but it also helps to lower costs. However, it’s important to consider the insurance implications for virtual care organizations.
New risks such as technology errors and omissions, intellectual property rights, and data security must be taken into consideration. Protecting personal information and data is crucial in the virtual health space, and cyber liability protection is an ongoing concern.
What coverage is available for virtual care insurance?
When it comes to virtual care insurance, there are several types of coverage to consider:
- Professional liability insurance: Safeguard your organization and staff against claims of negligence or malpractice related to virtual consultations and treatments
- Cyber liability insurance: Protection from data breaches, ransomware, social engineering, and other costly cyber-related incidents
- Technology errors and omissions insurance: This covers losses related to errors or omissions made by technology used in virtual care, such as electronic prescribing systems or telehealth platforms
It’s also important to note that many traditional insurance policies may not fully cover virtual care risks. For example, general liability policies may not cover cyber risks, and professional liability policies may not cover technology-related errors or omissions.
To ensure the best protection for your organization, it’s essential to work with an insurance broker who understands the unique risks and coverage needs of virtual care providers. Let’s identify the coverage options that best suit your organization and provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re protected against top risks, such as:
- Cyber attacks and data breaches
- Malpractice or negligence claims
- Technology-related errors or omissions
- Intellectual property infringement
So don’t wait, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you protect your virtual care organization.