Taking care of your risks so you can take care of your patients.
Employee-owned and customer inspired, we make caring for your business our business.
That’s why we get to know you by name, need and nuance. That’s why we keep up with advances in medical technology, regulation changes and widespread health scares. And that’s why we begin with listening and end with customized solutions.
We understand the power of being more individual and less institutional.
No matter your specialty, we’ll work hard to understand your priorities so we can get you covered on day one and provide year-round value with Day Two Services®. By committing to transparency while demonstrating authenticity, we’re a place that leads with values so value leads.
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Our seasoned medical practice insurance professionals start with listening and end with customized solutions.
We put our creativity to work for you to deliver a holistic risk management plan built for you.
That means our work doesn’t stop after we secure your coverage.
We deliver year-round value with our Day Two Services® that support your risk management efforts throughout the term of your insurance policy. We help you prevent and minimize loss—not just cover it.
We had worked with a small broker who handled our renewal each year. I never got the feeling he was working for us. We knew we needed someone to look out for our best interest, and Higginbotham saved the day.
Designing an insurance program that covers all the risks that threaten your medical practice can be a challenge. With our deep insurance carrier relationships, specialty programs and healthcare industry experience, we help you get the customer coverage you need.
Whether you’re exploring your options before renewal or looking to place coverage for the first time, you probably have questions.
Regardless of where you are in your insurance journey, we have the insight you seek.
While insurance needs vary from practice to practice, these coverage options are wise to consider.
If you render professional advice or consult for a living, you may need professional liability insurance. Also commonly known as “errors and omissions” (E&O), this coverage can help with the costs of a legal claim filed due to an error or negligence.
Sexual misconduct insurance protects against the financial risks of sexual abuse or misconduct. Should an employee of your practice be named in a lawsuit for these reasons, this coverage can help with legal defense costs, settlements and judgments.
Designed to protect high-value devices and machinery, high-value equipment insurance can help cover the cost of repairing or replacing your medical equipment if it’s damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed.
Also known as “electronic data recovery insurance,” privacy and data recovery coverage can help with the costs of recovering from a data breach or loss. Whether your office computer’s hard drive stops working or your practice falls victim to a phishing attack, privacy and data recovery coverage can help pay to get your data back.
Business income insurance is an essential protection for all businesses. This insurance helps cover operating costs throughout the recovery period following a covered claim. In addition to lost income, this insurance can pay for rental of temporary office space and other costs associated with a business interruption.
Mobile equipment coverage can help with the cost of repairing or replacing mobile medical equipment if it’s lost, damaged or stolen.
Ranking alongside business income insurance as one of the most essential protections a business can carry, D&O can cover the financial risks involved with serving as a director or officer of an organization. Designed to mitigate the costs of a lawsuit, directors and officers insurance can help with legal fees, settlements and judgments.
EPLI coverage can help with the costs of employee lawsuits filed for a broad spectrum of labor and employment practices, including:
While some business owners’ policies offer endorsements tailored to this risk, it’s often wiser to carry a standalone EPLI policy to cover your bases.
This specialty health care coverage helps with the costs resulting from medicine and vaccine spoilage. From a power outage taking out your refrigeration to inventory outlasting its shelf life, medicine and vaccine spoilage insurance can help pay to replace your spoiled products.
Managing risk is a moving target because your environment changes from patient to patient. With effective patient care practices and operational procedures developed by our health care risk specialists, we can help you reduce treatment errors, improve staff safety and stay on top of legislation regarding OSHA, HIPAA, HITECH and other health care industry regulations.
Curtis Page is a commercial insurance broker with more than 40 years of broad experience in property and casualty, professional liability, cyber liability, directors and officers and employment practices coverage lines. He has concentrated experience in healthcare, serving as the firm’s Healthcare Practice Leader.
In 2019,he received the Distinguished Service Award from the Independent Insurance Agents of Austin. He currently is a board member and Executive Leadership Committee member for the American Heart Association Stroke/Heart Walk; 2020 walk executive committee chair of Alzheimer’s-Texas; board member of WeAreBlood, chair for the People’s Community Clinic; board member of the Independent Insurance Agents of Austin, Austin Gives council and chair for the Central Texas Arthritis Foundation. Curtis has also served on the advisory boards of Helping Hand Home for Children, St. David’s Foundation and Goodwill of Central Texas. He is a member of Covenant Presbyterian Church, the University of Texas Ex-Students Association, and the Longhorn Foundation.
He graduated from The University of Texas in 1977 and became a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) in 1985 and a Certified Risk Manager (CRM) in 2001.