We at Ostdiek Group, Inc. believe strongly that every veterinarian would be well-served by having a Disaster Preparedness Plan for their practice. To that end, we have developed two easy and free options for veterinarians: A multi-video training course with .pdf downloads and guidance in completing the forms A Group on Facebook where we … Read more
As health care reform progresses, the American Veterinary Medical Association has made the decision to exit the health insurance market. Unfortunately, New York Life Insurance Company, the underwriter for the A.V.M.A. health plans, decided to no longer underwrite major medical coverage for professional association after 2013 because of the impending federal health care regulations. … Read more
If Hurricane Sandy taught us anything, it is that we are each on our own. Whether it is a natural disaster or a man-made mess, when the crisis’s hits, you are on your own. This may seem heartless, but it is reality. The New York area was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy and people are struggling … Read more
As business owners and responsible adults, we do everything we know to conduct business in a manner that is productive while mitigating liability. When a veterinarian takes in the beloved pet of a client, the vet’s intentions are noble: help the animal get healthier so it can return home as soon as is safe to … Read more
Our agency is affiliated with the American Veterinarian Medical Association to offer their insurance products to veterinarians. As a special value proposition, Ostdiek Group, Inc. offers veterinary & other business clients a contingency audit and report. For details, call Tom Ostdiek at Ostdiek Group, Inc. 630-834-0125.
As a veterinarian in business for yourself, you know you need fire & casualty insurance in case of emergency. Did you also know that having such policy requires you to have a contingency plan, also known as a disaster preparedness plan, for various scenarios in order for that insurance policy to cover your business? If … Read more