Providing health care services at a patient’s home means the patient can live comfortably while receiving the care they need. It also means your staff and business can be at risk for lawsuits or accidents that happen away from the office, which is where home health care insurance programs come in handy.
Available Coverage Areas
Running a home health care business means you and your employees interact with patients and clients on a daily basis. However, it is not a traditional office setting, which increases the risks you face.
You can choose from the following coverage options to build an insurance policy that lessens your risks and provides the ultimate protection for employees and clients:
- General liability
- Employment practices liability
- Worker’s compensation
- Directors and officers liability
- Professional liability
- Auto insurance
- Regulatory audit insurance
Benefits of a Good Policy
Without the right policy, your business, employees and clients can all be in danger if a disaster happens. A good policy can protect all parties so you can feel secure in sending your employees to a patient’s home.
Protecting All Parties
Whether you worry about injury to your employees or clients, or lawsuits arising from negligence, home health care insurance programs can help. This type of policy allows you and your staff to operate freely and safely out of the office and continue providing health care services to patients without worry.