Synernet Now Offers Cost-Saving Property Insurance for Healthcare

Lee Cyr, CPMCU, ARM
Director of Insurance Services
Synernet, Inc.

Portland, ME

Synernet Inc. and Alliant Insurance Services have joined forces to provide hospitals in ME, NH and VT with a comprehensive, cost-saving property insurance product designed exclusively for hospitals.

Through this partnership, we are able to provide you with access to Alliant’s proprietary Hospital All-Risk Property Program (HARPP), the largest joint-purchase insurance program for hospitals in the nation. HARPP provides its members with significantly broader coverages than those available in most markets, with individual pricing that is often 20% to 40% below market. In addition, the program allows you to also purchase Cyber Coverage at little, if any, additional costs.

Created in 1989 by Alliant, HARPP insures more than 100 hospitals nationwide and is part of Alliant’s proprietary Public Entity Property Insurance Program (PEPIP), the single largest property placement in the world with more than $350 billion in total insured values. Alliant is one of the nation’s largest insurance brokerage firms and is a national leader in meeting the special insurance and risk management needs of healthcare institutions, facilities, systems, and organizations nationwide.

  • A hospital in rural Maine was able to save 25% on their premium

With little effort, and no cost to you, we can have Alliant provide you with a pricing and coverage comparison.  In addition to providing you with pricing information, this analysis may help you discover any coverage gaps you currently have.  All that is needed to provide you with such an analysis is a copy of your current policy. We will provide it to Alliant and they will complete an analysis for you within a few weeks.

If you have any questions, please contact me and I can walk you through the process.

Lee Cyr can be reached at lcyr@synernet.net or (207) 775-6796

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