AMA Insurance partners with New York Life
The AMA has a new partner in insurance: New York Life Insurance Company. New York Life will work with the AMA's subsidiary, AMA Insurance, to create more choices, better coverage and tailored solutions for physicians in all stages of their careers.
Since 1988, AMA Insurance has specialized in meeting the unique needs of America’s physicians through a portfolio of physician-exclusive plans at competitive rates and through high-quality partners such as New York Life. Under this affiliation, physicians will be offered enhanced features, increased benefit maximums and special discounts exclusively for AMA Members.
“At every point in a physician’s professional journey, this new partnership will enable physicians to make the right decisions for building a healthy financial future,” said Pamela Moy, group vice president and general manager of AMA Insurance.
“New York Life shares a vision with the AMA to offer a program designed exclusively for physicians and their unique needs,” added Moy. “The pairing of these two industry leaders, the AMA and New York Life, means physicians can be confident in the quality and financial stability of their insurance choices.”
Physicians—based on their career stage—can explore a full range of options by visiting BetterAMAInsurance.com. The array of products is underwritten by New York Life and includes a variety of plans that can be accessed seamlessly across all digital platforms. Some of the plans include:
- Disability income insurance.
- Level term-life insurance.
- Office overhead expense insurance.
- Hospital income insurance.
- Premier accident insurance.
“New York Life is honored to partner with AMA to provide tailor-made insurance solutions for physicians and their families,” said Scott Berlin, senior vice president of New York Life–Group Membership Division. “Together, New York Life and AMA bring a service-oriented relationship to the physician community, utilizing the latest digital tools to help customers make educated, well-informed decisions.”