November 1, 2021

Glatfelter Healthcare Practice Introduces Newly-Designed Program for 2022

YORK, PA – November 1, 2021 –   Glatfelter Healthcare Practice, an AIG company, will begin writing business for its newly-designed program that addresses the unique exposures of senior living communities and long-term care organizations across the U.S on November 1, 2021. While the program previously offered separate coverages for each sector, the newly-designed program has streamlined its offerings in order to provide updated coverages that meet or exceed market demands.

The program has been designed to include protections for current risks, including hospices, home healthcare agencies, continuing care retirement communities, senior apartments, independent living facilities, short-term rehabilitation centers and not-for-profit skilled nursing and assisted living. Enhancements include coverages for students enrolled in training programs under the insured’s direction, unmanned aircrafts and professional services such as pet care, animal assisted therapy and barber and beautician services. These additional coverages will be part of Glatfelter’s core form approach to writing policies moving forward. Optional coverages include Security Enforcement Liability and Healthcare Auto Liability Extension Endorsement.

In addition to providing an all-lines solution for clients, including Workers’ Compensation and Non-Owned and Hired Auto, Glatfelter offers flexibility to agents and brokers by not requiring a premium volume commitment of independent agents.

“In a hardening market, many insurers may be tempted to reduce or limit coverages,” said Shawn Yingling, president of Glatfelter Healthcare Practice. “But we remain focused on providing products that help organizations deliver exceptional care and service by keeping pace with their shifting exposures. Beginning in 2022, agents will be able to offer a program whose value speaks volumes in the healthcare market, helping them to win new business or regain lost business.”

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Glatfelter Insurance Group (GIG), an American International Group, Inc. (AIG) company, is one of the largest program managers and insurance brokers in the US with more than 500 associates serving 30,000 clients. An all-lines, full-service insurance broker, Glatfelter markets property, casualty, life, accident and health insurance products and risk management services on both a retail and wholesale specialty basis throughout the country, utilizing a network of more than 3,000 independent agents and brokers.

American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading global insurance organization. AIG member companies provide a wide range of property casualty insurance, life insurance, retirement solutions, and other financial services to customers in more than 80 countries and jurisdictions. These diverse offerings include products and services that help businesses and individuals protect their assets, manage risks and provide for retirement security. AIG common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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