About The ProSure Fund
A History of Success
In 1980 a small number of unrelated health care facilities collaborated to form the Health Care Association Workers' Compensation Fund, a self-insured group that would manage and administer all aspects of workers' compensation insurance;
known today as The ProSure Fund.
Since that time, the number of participating organizations (rehab, skilled, assisted living and others whose primary function is health care) has grown, making us the largest worker's compensation self-insurance fund of its kind in Michigan.
All our members benefit from our long-term experience including the ability to control claims, set rates and realize an annual return of premium dollars that aren't used to pay claims.
No other self-insured fund in Michigan can match what ProSure has produced for its members.
Experienced Fund Administration
Day-to-day operations and member services are the
responsibility of the Fund Administrators.
As a registered nurse, licensed Nursing Home Administrator, and Certified Workers' Compensation Professional, our Fund Administrator is experienced and well qualified to help members spend less – and get the most – for their workers' compensation insurance dollars.
Fund Administrators stay current on the latest workers compensation claims issues, safety training programs and MiOSHA regulations by regularly attending programs and seminars and keeping up with industry news and then pass on updates and ideas to our members.
From the beginning, The Fund has been vigilantly monitored and overseen by a Board of Trustees who are responsible to the fund owners: our members. Trustees are elected by the participating members at our annual meeting.
The Trustees meet routinely with the Fund Administrators to review all aspects of The Fund – from claims management to investment strategies – assuring each participant that their premium dollars are cautiously and thoughtfully cared for by their peers in business who understand the dynamics and individuality of the profession and the business of operating a health care center.