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Meeker Sharkey & Hurley Helps Nonprofits Move to Medicaid Fee-for-Service Model with Less Risk

The program includes a webinar, “Medicaid and the Risk to Providers,” featuring Medicaid expert Ivan Punchatz of Ingersoll & Rooney. In addition, MS&H published two special reports: “Insurance Questions for Non-Profits Transitioning to Fee-For-Service” and the “Cyber Liability Risk Reduction Checklist.” MS&H is also offering providers a free review of their cyber insurance coverage.

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Meeker Sharkey & Hurley ~ Named US Specialty Broker 2016

Insurance Business America Magazine produced their first-ever compilation of agencies that have found their niche – and success. From coast to coast, these 148 agencies and brokers provide specialized services to insure their clients’ every need, from aircraft to yoga. Meeker Sharkey & Hurley is recognized for their specialization in insuring nonprofits.

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Cyber insurance finding a market among non-profits

“More and more non-profits are coming around to the fact that they have exposure to cyber risks and need cyber coverage,” said Craig Sutherland, chief operating officer at retail agency Meeker Sharkey & Hurley. He said the agency works with about 50 non-profits and that non-profit clients make up about 10% of the company’s premium base.

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New Housing Guide for the Disability Community

This housing guide was designed specifically for individuals with disabilities and their families with a concentration on those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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What does it take to be a Top 10 Producer?

Ask our own Rich Skorupski. In May, 2015, Rich was ranked by Insurance Business America among the Top 10 Producers in the Insurance Industry. “Ultimately, I felt if I was going to work with businesses, I wanted to work with businesses that had a social conscience and served individuals in need. Being an insurance agent allows me to help these organizations meet their goals by protecting their assets.”

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