A Radiology facility performs an important speciality in the healthcare system. If your business offers radiology services, you need to think about the protecting business from a wider range of risks. There are unique risks that come with the use of radiology equipment and regular patient interaction.
Why Do I Need It?
A typical radiology practice can offer a variety of imaging services such as Radiographs, CT scans, MRIs, Ultrasounds, Mammograms, Fluoroscopy, Nuclear Medicine and Interventional Radiology. Each of these services can pose a unique risk to the radiologist, patient or business in general if something were to go wrong.
As a business, Radiology has more risks that relate to the equipment, liabilities and more. There is always a risk of customers or employees damaging important equipment or potential injury from the work equipment.
The medical imaging also posed a radiation risk which is dependent on the service at any time but can potential be worse upon malfunction or improper maintenance of equipment.
Radiologists need insurance for public liability, because, like all lines of work, there is a risk of incurring damage. In the eventuality that your employees make a mistake with application, or there is some yet undiscovered side effect for property or health, you want to be covered and protected against potential claims.
What can Radiology Insurance cover?
Radiology Insurance can incorporate multiple types of insurances policies, but these are the important choices:
- General Liability
- Equipment Breakdown
- Business Property
- Business Interruption
- Workers’ Compensation
If you are looking to find the best insurance for your business, Bluewell offers a free online quote that can help you find the right insurance for your business.