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AI enabled NOW Insurance partners with Hiscox

30th June 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

AI-enabled insurance platform NOW has announced a partnership with Hiscox on medical malpractice insurance policies for health care professionals on its direct-to-consumer marketplace.

AIThrough Hiscox, health care professionals will be able to access medical malpractice insurance plans tailored to their specific needs and work requirements.

Effective immediately, they can visit the Hiscox marketplace to explore, apply for and secure professional liability policies through NOW Insurance.

“Accessing affordable, flexible malpractice insurance shouldn’t be a complex or cumbersome experience for medical professionals, especially in today’s market,” said Phil Cabaud, CEO and co-founder of NOW Insurance.

“Our focus at NOW is always on the customer and creating an exceptional experience through the right combination of customized coverage, ease of use, accessibility and affordable pricing.


“Our partnership with Hiscox enables us to do exactly that, to reach more medical professionals seeking tailored coverage options that give them the security they need to focus on the job at hand.”

“Health care workers are unquestionably the heroes of the past year. They’ve faced seemingly insurmountable challenges, including an influx of patients in need of critical care and rapidly changing work environments, and they’ve continued to keep us safe,” said Kevin Kerridge, CEO of Hiscox USA.

“We want to make things easier where we can. Our partnership with NOW means that medical professionals can easily secure the right-size protection they need at competitive prices, without the hassle.”

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