We protect your organization so that you can protect your patients.
With more than 90 years’ experience working with long-term care facilities, hospitals, medical practices, and health care organizations, OneGroup has unique insight and expertise to help you control the rising cost of insuring your risks. We believe that insurance is the last step in the risk management process, not the first. That’s why we won’t consider offering any product or service until after we have fully analyzed your business operations and objectives. Only then can we deploy the correct consultants, resources, and tools to proactively manage risk and reduce your real costs.
Long-term thinking for long-term care.
OneGroup has a long history of working alongside industry associations and members to find solutions to rising costs – not simply shopping for lower premium rates – earning us a reputation for achieving results. OneGroup offers a comprehensive arsenal of tools to help you meet your business objectives, including:
- Premium cost reduction audits and Experience Mod reviews
- Risk management assessments and strategic planning
- Claim cost containment services
- Injury management programs
- Medical bill review and case management
- Human resources compliance
- Department of Health compliance
- Proactive ergonomic management
- Alternative risk financing analysis
- OSHA compliance
- Safety management
- Contract review
- Employee education and training
- Facility security assessments and consulting
We make it easy for you. Save time. Save money.
Many medical practices are seeing sizeable increases in their insurance renewal premiums without explanation to why. This can be frustrating, especially when practices are now dealing with new financial burdens that were non-existent three years ago. There are ways to be proactive regarding your upcoming renewal that can yield favorable results for you and your practice.
You’ve worked hard to get where you are, don’t let a single claim affect your reputation and bank account.
Whether you operate as a one- or two-person dental practice or employ a large team, you’ll need to work with your insurance broker to design a custom dentists policy.