Boston, MA–February 28, 2017 —Sallop Insurance Inc., partnering with an A rated carrier has announced today an insurance program designed specifically to meet the insurance needs of members of the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB), including members of the College of Reproductive Biology (CRB) and laboratories that are members of the National Independent Laboratory Association (NILA).
Sallop and AAB are excited to work together to bring a new product offering to the members of AAB. Coverage will be available for individual Board Certified Clinical Laboratory Directors and Technical Supervisors (coverage will not extend to the entity with whom they are contracted). The members of NILA will have access to competitive pricing for all lines of coverage usual to laboratories.
“We are able to offer an outstanding insurance policy designed to satisfy the unique needs of the individual directors and supervisors and the facilities at a rate structure that accurately reflects their more favorable loss ratios and membership in AAB,” stated Sallop Managing Director, Gina Matarazzo.
“We are very pleased to be able to offer high quality, economical professional liability insurance to individual AAB, CRB and NILA laboratory directors and supervisors, as well as separate insurance coverage for their laboratory facilities,” says Mark S. Birenbaum, Ph.D., executive director of AAB, CRB and NILA. “A number of AAB/CRB/NILA members already have insurance through Sallop, and they have been very pleased with Sallop’s expertise, responsiveness and professional level of service.”
About Sallop Insurance Inc.
For more than 55 years, Sallop Insurance Inc. has been developing a sub-specialty of risk mitigation and underwriting expertise. Through education and attention to the changing political and legal environment of many complex industries, Sallop has influenced insurance practices in the healthcare and real estate industries. This industry focus has culminated in Sallop’s ability to provide the most comprehensive coverage, pricing, terms and conditions in the marketplace today. For more information visit www.sallop.com or contact Gina M. Matarazzo directly at 617-488-6612.
About The American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB)
The American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB), founded in 1956, is a professional association representing clinical laboratory directors, owners, managers and supervisors, certified medical technologists, molecular diagnostics technologists, andrology and embryology laboratory scientists, and medical laboratory technicians. AAB is committed to the pursuit of excellence in clinical laboratory operations by enhancing the professional skills of each of its members; promoting more efficient and productive operations; and representing the interests of its members.
AAB’s specialized membership sections include the College of Reproductive Biology (CRB) and the National Independent Laboratory Association (NILA). AAB provides a broad range of services, including representation before federal and state legislative and regulatory agencies, educational programs and publications. AAB’s Proficiency Testing Service, one of the largest proficiency testing providers in the United States, has been approved under the federal CLIA regulations since the passage of CLIA in 1967.