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Can I purchase coverage from OMIC for my nurse anesthetist?

Updated 5/5/2016

Coverage of employed nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) is available in all states except Nebraska and Wisconsin. As with employed optometrists, coverage is subject to approval of an Application for Additional Insured (download above), and the CRNA will generally share your limits of liability. (In Pennsylvania, your CRNA will share limits with your other employed ancillary personnel.) Nurse anesthetists in Kansas must maintain a separate limit of liability. Separate liability limits are available in other states for an additional premium. If liability limits are shared, the CRNA’s premium will be equivalent to 40% of the non-discounted Surgery Class 3 premium. At separate limits, the premium will be approximately 80% of the Surgery Class 3 rate.

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