Illuminate Your Greatest Areas of Risk With Coverys Claims Analytics

Using claims analytics to translate medical liability risks into actionable intelligence can empower you to build positive change in your organization. 

With Coverys Business Analytics, you can do just that. 

Our claims analytics services identify exposures by comparing your organization’s claims history against a proprietary benchmarking database that contains the deeply rooted causation drivers of nearly 20,000 medical professional liability claims. 

We can provide proactive intervention strategies, education, and resources to help reduce the risk of claims—while improving patient safety and satisfaction.  

By implementing a data-driven approach, Coverys can help you:
  • Identify your organization's unique risk factors.
  • Target and prioritize risk management efforts to make the greatest impact.
  • Reduce claims, their associated distractions, and consequential costs.  
  • Align best practices with quality metrics.

Data Without Actionable Insights is Just Data

Utilizing data combined with sophisticated analytics to expose the deeply rooted drivers of medical liability risks is a true differentiator in improving outcomes. As a Coverys medical liability policyholder, you'll receive relevant and actionable data insights to identify your organization’s unique risk factors. 


Risk Resources From Coverys

Red Signal Report SM series
These concise reports use claims data analytics and risk assessments to demonstrate how important risk management focus areas overlap with patient safety metrics (e.g., MACRA and MIPS). They also provide risk recommendations that align with quality measures. 

A Dose of Insight ® white papers
White papers provide insight into the root causes of claims in a specific specialty or area based on an in-depth analysis of claims data. They identify critical signal events and provide recommendations to reduce risk in identified areas. 


At Coverys, our goal is to help healthcare professionals put the focus back where they want it to be—on the patient, on skill, on compassion, and on improving outcomes.