Policyholder Services

Certificates and Claim Histories

Health care providers often must provide proof of their professional liability insurance to hospitals, surgical facilities, credentialing agencies, health insurance plans, and other organizations. Similarly, as part of their credentialing process, such agencies must review the provider’s claim history. To assist insureds in this administrative function, OMIC can list designated organizations as “certificate holders” under the insured’s policy and will automatically provide proof of insurance to the certificate holder upon policy issuance, renewal, change in coverage classification, change in limits, or cancellation. Interim certificates of insurance can also be provided to certificate holders upon request. Due to the sensitive nature of claim information, claim histories are issued only upon the request of the insured or upon receipt of an authorization to release information duly signed by the insured.

To generate and send proof of insurance to existing certificate holders, please click here. To access the Policyholder Services self-service center, you must be registered on MyOMIC, and your client ID must be entered in your user profile. Once in Policyholder Services, click on your policy number, then navigate to the certificates tab. Select the requested policy term (the most current term will be selected by default; this may be in the future if your renewal policy was recently issued), enter the requested effective date (the effective date must fall within the selected policy term), select the certificate(s) to be issued from the list provided (certificates can be generated for multiple certificate holders in one transaction), and click the Generate COI button. Certificates may be viewed, printed, faxed, and/or emailed from Policyholder Services.

To add a new certificate holder to your policy or to request a claim history, please contact your underwriting representative.


Six reasons OMIC is the best choice for ophthalmologists in America.

Best at defending claims.

An ophthalmologist pays nearly half a million dollars in premiums over the course of a career. Premium paid is directly related to a carrier’s claims experience. OMIC has a higher win rate taking tough cases to trial, full consent to settle (no hammer) clause, and access to the best experts. OMIC pays 25% less per claim than other carriers. As a result, OMIC has consistently maintained lower base rates than multispecialty carriers in the U.S.