Perspectives from the experts in behavioral health
How the right risk management procedures can limit liability for addiction treatment
To get a holistic view of emerging challenges and opportunities facing providers and the opioid treatment industry overall, ATP’s Krista Mayes sits down with the founder and president of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence.
With several fundamental factors driving the market, behavioral healthcare’s expansion is poised to be sustainable rather than just a flash in the pan.
While it might seem obvious that appropriate risk management procedures can limit your clients’ liability for potential claims, many insureds don’t quite realize the extent to which they can help.
Though 64 percent of behavioral health providers reported a decrease in revenue since March 2020, Doug Tieman, Special Advisor to the CEO and President Emeritus of Caron Treatment Centers, says the industry is projecting a tsunami of need.
In the world of behavioral healthcare, identifying the variety and level of risk involved with each of your clients is critical to ensuring the success of your book of insurance business.
As an insurance broker for an addiction or opioid treatment facility, it’s important to know about some legitimate factors at play when it comes to attorneys making a case against your client instead of the doctors involved in the patient’s treatment.
Learn how ATP underwriters assess professional liability risk for behavioral health and addiction treatment providers.
Watch this video to learn how ATP sets the standard for comprehensive insurance protection for addiction treatment and mental health facilities.