First Choice– Overwhelmingly, the majority of acupuncturists select AAC for malpractice. We are a leader in our field. To learn more about us please click here.
Reliable –AAC’s carrier is rated A-(Excellent) by A.M. Best, a trusted industry rating organization, for our ability to pay claims Learn More about Claims and Risk Management
Proven –Since 1972 we have been covering acupuncturists, making AAC the oldest and most experienced option available for malpractice liability. Learn More About Acupuncture Liability
Affordable Insurance – A wide range of policy options gives our members the freedom to choose the rates that work best for them. Learn More about our Affordable Rates.
Committed – Annually AAC commits portions of member proceeds towards the strengthening of the acupuncture community. Learn More about Community Outreach Programs
News & Alerts
- The AAC Pledges to Raise $300,00 for Acupuncture Research (10/27/2015) - The American Acupuncture Council has committed to fundraising $300,000 for the non-profit organization: Consortium for Oriental Medicine Research & Education (COMRE). With the support of the entire acupuncture community, and worldwide leaders alike, AAC will work tirelessly so that we can meet this goal which will directly serve for the betterment and enrichment of the […]
- Say Hello to AAC at PCOM (10/27/2015) - Stop by our booth and say hello to the friendly faces of the American Acupuncture Council at the upcoming Pacific Symposium in San Diego from October 28 to November 3, 2015. We will have some great giveaways and it is always a pleasure to meet new and existing clients and discuss the many exciting benefits […]
- HIPAA Compliance Audits on the Horizon (10/27/2015) - Recently the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS) did a study and found that the Office of Civil Rights (OCR), which has responsibility for HIPAA compliance, is not doing enough to ensure covered entities (CEs), including healthcare providers and insurers, are effectively following HIPAA requirements. They found […]