BETA Healthcare Group has launched an alternative risk and insurance services (ARIS) program.
This is in response to the growing demand for high quality risk management and risk financing services on a selective, stand-alone basis.
Tom Wander, BETA’s chief executive officer (CEO), said: “Demand from healthcare facilities for tailored risk management and risk financing services is on the rise. Previously, BETA only offered these services to healthcare facilities to which it provided primary liability coverage.
“Now, with ARIS, we can deliver a full suite of services to all hospitals, healthcare facilities and medical groups--including BETA members and non-members. With ARIS, California healthcare facilities have ready access to a mix of services based on their exact needs at a given time, providing them with the coverage and support they need.”
Traditionally, BETA offered its risk consulting and claims management services to members and insureds only. Now with ARIS, risk management consulting, claims consulting, third-party claims administration services and excess liability coverages are accessible to all hospitals, healthcare facilities and medical groups—regardless of whether they obtain their primary liability coverage from BETA.
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