The American Nurses Association (ANA) is offering these new member benefits as a part of its personal benefits program. ANA has carefully screened partners who are committed to providing ANA member nurses with exceptional value and service.
Professional liability insurance offered by NSO
Nurses need to protect themselves and their careers by maintaining professional liability insurance, also known as medical malpractice insurance. It’s not safe to assume that an employer’s liability insurance will cover you when a lawsuit or complaint is filed.
Nurses Service Organization (NSO) has more than 45 years of experience defending nursing professionals from allegations of medical malpractice and licensing complaints. With over 500,000 nursing professionals insured and 60+ professional nursing association partners, NSO is the premier administrator of nurses’ malpractice insurance in the United States.
Visit the NSO website to browse the case studies and articles in the Learning Center, including NSO’s 4th Nurses Claim Report. It provides statistical data and an analysis of malpractice and licensing claims, as well as recommendations on how you can avoid potential problems in your practice. Learn more and receive a quick rate quote at nso.com.
Financial wellness offered by Prudential
ANA’s collaboration with Prudential helps ANA members gain greater support when navigating their financial wellness. The Prudential digital financial wellness platform provides ANA members with access to free tools and solutions tailored to their individual needs. These convenient tools allow you to tackle a broad range of topics such as budgeting, college funding, retirement planning, and tax and estate planning strategies. Prudential offers virtual financial wellness educational webinars to help you manage finances during the coronavirus crisis.
Visit prudential.com/anamember to start experiencing the benefits of the Prudential’s Financial Wellness Program.
Student loan refinancing offered by
The pandemic and economic stresses have made life difficult for nurses with significant student debt, even with the federal relief offered in 2020 from the CARES Act. But 2021 offers an unclear future.
The new year is an excellent time to evaluate your student loan repayment strategy. Laurel Road specializes in working with nurses. ANA members could potentially save thousands over the life of their loans.
“Helping nurses reach their full potential is behind everything we do as an organization, and we understand the important role financial health plays in this,” said Debbie Hatmaker, PhD, RN, FAAN, chief nursing officer at ANA. “That’s why we’re thrilled to partner with Laurel Road to help our members manage their student debt and find new opportunities for financial education. Nurses are incredibly busy and dedicated professionals, and any opportunity to support their self-care, including alleviating stress from finances, will go a long way.”
To learn more visit laurelroad.com/partnerships/ana.