ESIS, Inc., Chubb’s risk management services division, has launched a new industry practice dedicated to serving the claims and risk management needs of healthcare organizations and life sciences firms. The ESIS Healthcare Industry Practice includes a full range of claims and risk management services tailored to healthcare clients such as hospitals, senior care facilities, physician groups, ancillary healthcare organizations, and manufacturers.
The practice will be led by Sam Terzich, senior vice president, ESIS. Terzich will continue to report to Joe Vasquez, division president, ESIS.
The ESIS Healthcare Industry Practice will provide self-insured organizations, risk retention groups, other alternative markets, and insurance companies with specialized claim management services offered by ESIS ProClaim.
ESIS ProClaim’s services include healthcare professional liability claim management, litigation management, medical record reviews, investigations, clinical risk management consultation, National Practitioners Data Bank reporting, MMSEA reporting, claim capability and reserve auditing, as well as special projects.
Healthcare clients also have access to ESIS’ risk management products and services, including workers compensation and liability claim management services; customized medical programs; proprietary technology tools; health, safety and environmental consulting; catastrophe claim management services; global claims services; Special Investigation Unit; and recovery services.
In addition, the ESIS Healthcare Industry Practice is aligned with Chubb’s new Healthcare Industry Practice, which offers insurance products and services for healthcare customers.
ESIS, Inc., a Chubb company, provides claim and risk management services to a wide variety of commercial clients.
Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients.
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