Hospitals can now indemnify against Ebola outbreak

Hospitals now can purchase insurance to indemnify themselves from any issues surrounding the Ebola virus, according to Healthcare Dive. The policy that would protect hospitals from potential loss of revenue and profit due to an Ebola quarantine shutdown is being offered by British broker Miller Insurance Services LLP in conjunction with American broker William Gallagher Associates. No payment limits were specified. Article

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