Rating agency points to strong balance sheet and strong operating performance
- Risk adjusted capital, conservative investment portfolio and consistently favorable loss reserve development
- Policyholder dividend used to manage capital and return profits to stakeholders
- Outperforming the medical professional liability composite in various performance metrics
- Our unique joint powers authority structure that allows for broader coverage and flexible rates
The ratings also recognize BETA’s non-assessable group risk-sharing coverage for hospitals and healthcare facilities and providers, and ongoing strengthening and expansion of its patient safety, continuing education and loss prevention programs.
“We are very pleased that
Over the past 25 years BETA has returned more than