Offices of Medical practitioners have unique needs. We understand the pressures of EMR conversion, HITECH regulations and their demands on your time.
Because we understand your business, we know the right questions to ask to discover the real needs of your practice. We provide competitively priced solutions in a neat and orderly package, that way you can spend time attending to more pressing matters...such as your patients.
Below are some of the risk control and risk management services offered though the experts at Gordon Atlantic:
Business owners protection for your property and general liability
Specialized broad protection for diagnostic equipment, IT networks, and other equipment unique to your practice
Assistance with compliance with new privacy regulations including CMR-17 and HITECH
Group Health options for your employees
Group Life, Disability, Dental, and other benefits
Personal Life and Long Term Disability expertise for owners, partners and members
Insurance and risk programs for veterinarians include:
Property coverage for your building, your furnishings, diagnostic equipment and valuable papers, plus liability protection if you are sued.
Group Medical and other benefits programs for you and your staff
Executive Benefits, including life insurance (key man / buy out funding), and disability (in case you can' t practice what you've been trained to do.
Experience with PEOs if you choose to outsource your Human Resources department
Whether you prepare the finest dining experience around, or focus on the process of delivering good food fast to customers, Gordon Atlantic knows your business.
General liability for restaurants
Products liability for the food you prepare
Host liquor liability for customers who imbibe too much
Coverage for your kitchen and other property, including food spoilage
And great advice and products for keeping your insurance costs low.
Let us learn about your operation and we’ll craft a great insurance program for you.
Most Americans get health insurance through their jobs or are covered because a family member has insurance at work. This is called group insurance and is generally the least expensive kind.
Some employers offer only one health insurance plan. Some offer a choice of plans: a fee-for-service plan, a health maintenance organization (HMO), or a preferred provider organization (PPO). These plans differ in significant ways and can be explained in detail by our agent.
Not all employers offer health insurance. You might find this to be the case with your job, especially if you work for a small business or work part-time. If your employer does not offer health insurance, you can buy an individual policy, however, you should utilize your agent to compare your options and shop carefully for the best coverage for you.