CHICAGO – September 19, 2017 – MAVANA announced a new partnership with the AVMA PLIT and its broker HUB International Midwest Limited. MAVANA has secured its property/casualty insurance lines through the PLIT program to protect the corporate entity and twenty-one MAVANA practices across the United States with nearly three hundred employees. This includes business property/liability, workers’ compensation, professional liability, and more. Additionally, MAVANA will utilize PLIT’s veterinary specific Risk Services to identify potential risks, reduce exposures, manage claims and save money.

“As we evaluate property, casualty and liability insurance offerings providing risk management under a master corporate insurance policy, it’s clear the AVMA PLIT and HUB professionals have industry expertise, breadth of knowledge and depth of experience a step above the others,” said Dr. Scott Spaulding, MAVANA President and Founder. “No one in the industry compares and we’re confident risk management for our individual practices and our corporation could not be in better hands.”

The first risk management collaboration will occur on September 21, 2017 in Las Vegas during the MAVANA Practice Manager Meeting, where HUB Risk Consultant Scott Simpson will present “Employee Safety and Risk Management.” This session will cover the essentials of practice safety, team safety meetings, OSHA requirements, and the top five veterinary regulations.

“We are honored that MAVANA selected the AVMA PLIT as its trusted professional insurance partner,” said Dr. Andrew R. Clark, Chief Executive Officer, AVMA PLIT. “The PLIT and HUB have evolved to meet the needs of veterinary practices with new business models, applying our team’s breadth of expertise in the veterinary profession to efficiently on-board larger entities. MAVANA, along with its shareholders, practices, and employees, will benefit from best-in-class coverage today and throughout the practice’s continuing growth.”

MAVANA’s aim to provide the highest standards of veterinary medicine and veterinary surgery will be further supported by the PLIT, and mirror the PLIT’s long history of protecting the veterinary profession.