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Staffing Agencies and the Professional Liability Marketplace

As a Medical Staffing Agency, your business success depends on your ability attract and retain a roster of quality physicians, nurses and medical assistants. The most effective means of attracting talent is the locum tenens contract. Interested locums parties are going to want a contract that clearly addresses payment terms, coverage of expenses and medical malpractice insurance coverage.

Not only do Medical Staffing Agencies face unique liability issues that require customized insurance coverage, they also need these liability issues to be resolved on the high-turnover, short-term-notice nature of the industry.

Our team of veteran medical liability insurance agents is able to create turnkey medical liability coverage packages for mid-level healthcare workers, like nurse practitioners and physician assistants, as well as locum tenens “slot policies” for physicians that require a much-shorter application and faster certification.

In addition to medical liability insurance, we can match your Medical Staffing Agency with the necessary business insurance policies to ensure your professional success. These policies include General Liability, Workers Comp, Directors & Officers as well as Employment Practices Liability Insurance.

Let our team of veteran insurance agents coordinate the different insurance policies a successful Medical Staffing Agency needs to protect its assets. We have access to every major insurer and leverage that access to make certain you get the best terms at the best price. Let our team show you how much you can save when insurance companies compete for your business.

Request your free, no obligation Staffing Agency Professional Liability Insurance quote here.

This write-up for Staffing Agencies was put together by Michael Matray, the Editor of the Medical Liability Monitor