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Nurse case managers have the experience and the will to take the lead in delivering the biopsychosocial model of injured worker recovery.
One study shows no significant delay in workers’ compensation care occurred during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kroll’s 2021 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Report shows 70% of respondents want environmental, social and governance included in ABC programs.
Keeping employees who have transitioned to working from home safe from repetitive stress or other ergonomic-related injuries is paramount.
The construction and real estate sectors are showing an increasing interest in captives.
The five trends detailed in the report are more regulatory clarity, increased adoption, growth of decentralized finance, surge in Bitcoin value, and more corporate transactions.
With millions of people having now been vaccinated, health care facilities and their insurers are on the lookout for vaccination-related risk.
With a majority of the workforce setting up shop in their home offices, what implications will this have for us in the post-COVID world?
Tom Fitzgerald took on the role of president, specialty & commercial at QBE North America in February 2020 — a particularly challenging time to take those reins.
Debra Fox brings expertise in underwriting, sales, technology, marketing and product innovation to her new position as head of product for The Hartford’s middle and large commercial team.
Medical experts break down what hospitals have learned since the onset of the pandemic, and what that means for the anticipated second wave.
Are cryptocurrency companies ready to embrace captives as a potential insurance solution?
The coronavirus has already impacted the D&O space, and many expect losses to keep climbing.
One of the major challenges confronting the cryptocurrency sector is the difficulty in finding insurers willing to cover losses.
Approximately 10% of the captives domiciled in Vermont are for international companies. The domicile is perceived by global regulators as well-run and free of the taint of being labeled a tax haven.
When it comes to COVID-19 economic damage, some industries have been hit much harder than others. D&O underwriters are sure to be asking COVID-19-specific questions at renewals.
Cryptocurrency is growing in popularity and value, but its widespread adoption and volatility present risks that insurers are not equipped to cover yet.
There are more concrete benefits from diversity and inclusion than ‘doing the right thing’ that are positively impacting the insurance industry.
The 2019 Annual Patient Safety & Quality Industry Outlook report examined this year’s top risks to patient safety and hospital bottom lines.
The ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China, with escalating tariffs and growing uncertainty, is already negatively impacting trade, both bilaterally and globally.