Medical imagining centers use technology to take pictures inside of the body to use as teaching tools, in diagnostics and for routine health exams. The most common use for it, of course, is in diagnostic medicine. An imagining study can tell you a lot about a person’s health. Given that most of the information is digitized, it also leaves it open to cyber-attack, in addition to the other risks involved in running a business. Insurance agents have to know how to protect imaging centers.
There are a lot of different coverages that a medical imagining center needs to have. On one hand, you need to think about the cyber threats. Imaging centers have a lot of confidential information. This confidential information can lead to identify theft, Medicare fraud and other illegal activities.
Types of Coverages
When it comes to the solutions out there for cyber medical imaging centers, there are several types of coverage to consider.
- Employee benefits liability
- General liability
- Professional liability
- Sexual misconduct
- Commercial property insurance
- Commercial auto insurance
- Workers compensation
- Excess and commercial umbrella liability
- Cyber insurance
All of these programs help protect imaging centers from a wide array of threats to the business.
Cyber medical imaging centers are vulnerable if they are uninsured. With all of the confidential and vital information that facilities store, it’s important to stay covered.