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Palo Alto-based The Risk Authority Stanford is incubating risk management solutions using design thinking; that means elevating end users into key roles in addressing health care risk exposures.
At McKesson, Jane Sandler blends her passions for risk management and health care to help the organization develop innovative, forward-thinking solutions.
For the 2016 Teddy Award winners, employees are a key part of the secret to their success.
Excela Health changed the way it treated injuries and took a proactive approach to safety, drastically reducing workers’ comp claims and costs.
Applying Lean Six Sigma to its workers' comp processes earned Atlantic Health an Honorable Mention Teddy Award.
St. Luke's workers' comp program is built upon relationships and a commitment to care for those who care for patients.
By helping employees navigate through the workers' comp system, Cottage Health decreased lost work days by 80 percent.
Adventist Health Central Valley Network is achieving stellar results by targeting its toughest challenges.
Discerning insurance buyers and their brokers increasingly seek specialist wordings from a professional liability community that is desperate to differentiate.
Opinions are mixed on whether Colorado's proposed single-payer system would be helpful or harmful for workers' comp payers.
Hospitals balance safety with necessary public care in high-risk departments.
Millions suffer from Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss. Memory care is a fast-growing field, but residents in memory care facilities are fragile and difficult to care for. The risks are formidable.
Nine projects being funded by the Ohio BWC strive to create safer workplaces in Ohio and across the rest of the country.
Bundled care programs are one alternative care model emphasizing quality over quantity.
Health care exchanges are going broke because we are over-buying services.
A new agreement among large U.S. corporations may alter how health care service providers operate.
Unpatched software remains a top cyber vulnerability. Low-tech "phishing" attacks continue to succeed.
The new head of the NBCH believes that the administration of occupational and nonoccupational conditions should be integrated wherever possible.
Health care facilities must balance safety and security concerns when considering protection methods.
If cyber insurance is going to respond to a ransomware incident, close cooperation with the carrier is necessary.