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Insurtech continues to bring promise of disruption and innovation to the industry, as one expert expects a transition from big numbers to big data, allowing for a more granular approach to pricing risks.
The details of a fatal crash highlight the limitations of artificial intelligence, and the complexity of determining fault when machines are in charge.
Paradigm's chief executive officer of catastrophic case management, Kevin Turner details one crucial aspect that is bringing a holistic approach to workers' comp: biopsychosocial analysis.
For Texas Mutual's chief operating officer Jeanette Ward, success is found within the three C's: customers, consistency and collaboration.
At NWCDC's ‘Applying an Injury-Specific Recovery Path to Resolve Complex Cases’, presenters honed in on the importance of open communication in helping rehabilitate injured workers and their physical and mental health.
Upon review, it appears that the U.S. is on the path of economic growth. What does that say for the insurance market we're currently facing?
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The use of ransomware is not going away. The good news is that insurance and insurance consultants are quite willing and able to help.
A root cause analysis of the gun violence plaguing the United States is in order, argues a risk management columnist.
Eric Sanders talks technology, building a career in the industry and his new role as head of claims at QBE.
This risk manager wants to see the risk management profession become as respected a career path as being a banker, lawyer or engineer.
A new study found that workers under 30 have a larger cyber security awareness gap than their older counterparts.