Home healthcare is on the rise with the Baby Boomer generation aging and needing more care. Home healthcare insurance programs cover the variety of liabilities home healthcare companies face on a daily basis.
Caring for patients is a delicate business with many risks. Non-clinical risks need a general liability policy to cover them as home health is still a business. Professional liability handles any misconduct or malpractice lawsuits against the clinicians.
Employees drive to the patient’s house to care and aid the patient. If they drive the company vehicle, your business needs a commercial auto policy. However, if the employee uses their own vehicle to travel for work, the business needs a hired and non-owned auto policy to cover an accident.
Taking care of your quality healthcare workers is paramount to having a smoothly running operation. Workers compensation is necessary in all states in the event the employee falls sick or is injured on the job.
Unpredictable working environments make workers comp insurance even more necessary for home health workers.
Prepare to care for the aging American population with home health care insurance programs designed to make purchasing insurance easier. Covering your exposures lets you focus more on care. Speak to your agent to ensure the policy handles the wide nature of your business.