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Monthly Archives: March 2012

VIDEO SPOTLIGHT – The Correctional Healthcare Program

Written on March 26, 2012 at 5:12 pm, by

NSU Healthcare is the only insurance program focusing specifically on the unique needs of correctional healthcare providers. Learn more about this exceptional program in this video featuring our VP of Healthcare, Ben Newman.   Our program offers: Broad liability insurance coverage, including defense for deliberate indifference claims and HIPAA violations Correctional specific risk management resources Dedicated  Continue Reading »

Deliberate Indifference

Written on March 19, 2012 at 10:39 pm, by

Your correctional client has a suit where the inmate is filing a medical malpractice allegation as well as a civil rights violation for “deliberate indifference.”  First of all, what is this deliberate indifference stuff?  Are you telling me that I have to provide coverage for my clients for deliberate acts against inmates?  Well, actually yes….  Continue Reading »

VIDEO SPOTLIGHT – NSU Medical Imaging Program

Written on March 12, 2012 at 11:58 pm, by

At NSU Healthcare we believe your clients’ liability coverage should include both prevention and protection.  That’s why we have teamed up with the nation’s highest-rated medical malpractice carrier to offer an exclusive program that combines risk management with essential, and some previously unavailable, liability coverages to medical imaging facilities. Learn more about our program in  Continue Reading »

For Healthcare Staffing Agencies, contract due diligence is a first line of defense

Written on March 6, 2012 at 11:36 pm, by

In today’s litigious environment, healthcare staffing agencies, now more than ever before, need to do their due diligence with clients before they contract for services.  Hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, nursing facilities, home healthcare companies, correctional settings ….  Many, if not all, of the standard healthcare staffing firm’s clients are under pressure to decrease costs while  Continue Reading »