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Bill Diaz, CEO of Ventiv Technology, distinguishes the InsurTech trends you need to know.
Patient risk versus pharmacy productivity.
To ensure accurate claims and the ability to recoup costs without penalties, builders need an adjuster who knows the process.
Many factors for infrastructure projects that are seemingly coming together could signal the dawn of a P3 Golden Age.
Risk managers should take the lead in implementing an integrated data system for all parts of their organization.
A legacy administration platform that is modern and adaptable to ever-changing market conditions is critical to P&C insurers.
Managing, measuring, monitoring with large property.
Public-private partnerships carry both benefits and risks.
Improving outcomes by using value-based purchasing, effective chronic pain management, and
employing the talent that will help define success for insurers and their customers.
The need for a 'playbook' to manage the growing number of TBI claims is critical to achieving successful outcomes.
Shippers need more than just a sophisticated system to manage their growing operations.
Cyber risk managers look at the latest in breaches and the future of cyber liability.
Parametric insurance is a critical tool to have in the event of a natural catastrophe.
Construction buyers must be more vigilant about protecting projects before breaking ground.
Management liability lawsuits pose a threat to companies both large and small.
Risk engineers help customers harden their assets against a variety of perils.
When it comes to Integrated Disability Management (IDM), an effective solution takes a fully integrated approach for both occupational and non-occupational employee claims management.
The Delphi Accelerator product workbench provides an automated approach that can give carriers a significant competitive advantage.
Telemedicine, electronic medical record-keeping and the ongoing technology shift that will shape the future of medical management in workers’ compensation.
Marine underwriters need better data, science and engineering to overcome modeling challenges.