Coverys Rebrands, Signifying Increased Focus on Reducing Distractions

Company is committed to helping policyholders save time and provide care safely and effectively

Boston, MA - September 25, 2017 - Coverys, one of the nation's largest providers of medical professional liability insurance, today announced a company rebrand focused on reducing distractions for healthcare providers. The rebrand signifies a commitment to help policyholders make every touchpoint as simple as possible, to aid communication, lessen confusion, and speed up processes.
Coverys provides proven insurance protection, risk management, business analytics, and education to minimize the risk of facing a lawsuit. Coverys has also earned a reputation for offering providers more than just a policy. In addition, the company provides knowledge and services tailored to customers’ unique and special needs. Coverys understands the value of customers’ time and acts quickly to offer support, guidance, and protection when adverse events occur.
“We know our policyholders went into the healthcare profession to help people and to make a difference in their communities. To them, everything else is a distraction,” said Gregg Hanson, CEO and president of Coverys. “At Coverys, we are customer-focused and offer knowledge and services tailored to unique and special needs.”
As part of its rebrand, Coverys launched a refreshed corporate website that communicates the organization’s value to policyholders and clearly outlines its products and services, along with a new logo to better reflect the company’s goal of reducing distractions that get in the way of their clients’ primary job: delivering healthcare.
The rebrand comes during a period of growth for the company, with geographical expansion and new service offerings. The company’s recent acquisitions of Lloyd’s of London managing agency R&Q Managing Agency Ltd., and Global Insurance Management Company (GIMC), allow for expansion to new states in the U.S. and in the U.K. market. GIMC brings knowledge and experience in the malpractice insurance marketplace, and Lloyd’s of London allows the company to expand non-insurance service offerings.