New 'Prior Acts' Coverage Available From MHCA's Insurance Partner

June 2012
Advocate (American Mental Health Counselors Association);Jun2012, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p23
The article offers information on the Prior Acts coverage conceptualized by the CPH and Associates in the U.S. It notes that the coverage will be available to applicants with expiring Claims Made policies and will extend the protection for certain claims reported under the new occurrence form policy. CPH and Associates founder and president Phil Hodson states that they have collaborated with underwriters to provide an affordable solution for medical claims.


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