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Here’s what one medical director says the workers’ comp industry should think about before embracing the drug.
Philadelphia Insurance’s Brian Himmer discusses the multi-faceted exposures faced by pool construction and servicing companies.
Two QBE NA executives shared their thoughts on the top challenges facing the market today, and some potential solutions.
Joey Hayles of Crestwood Equity Partners talks technology, regulatory tribulations and the transition to a carbon-free future.
These exposures are becoming more difficult to cover thanks to worsening weather, a reliance on digital tools, and sophisticated cyber spies.
PBMs and payers are starting to get opioid prescribing under control, but new trends may threaten the progress made.
The risks facing higher education are always shifting, but keeping the focus on student safety and education helps Luke Figora stay ahead.
Everything you need to know about workers’ compensation insurance so you choose the best and most effective coverage for your employees and business.
Big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning are driving a shift in the way insurers approach risk and could fundamentally change the business model over the long term.
An industry veteran discusses talent, infrastructure, and climate risks — and what insurers should do about them.
With a potential downturn looming, here’s what one surety exec says will be the defining characteristics of a successful construction firm.
As risk manager for a major entertainment company, Brad Waldron says collaboration with outside parties is key to staying successful amid evolving consumer preferences.
Can virtual physical therapy really be an effective alternative over in-person care? A test session revealed the answer.
Increasingly, PBMs are relying on massive stores of data to identify broader patterns that inform individual prescription decisions.
2019 Executive to Watch Tom Warsop gives his take on the opportunities and challenges created by rapid technological change and the industry’s looming talent shortage.
The manufacturing industry has unique cyber exposures, and this risk manager knows it’s important to stay on top of the sector’s rapidly changing use of technology.
Watching workers go home safe and injury-free is why this health and safety manager does his job.
It’s not totally clear how technology will impact large commercial carriers in the future. One industry expert offers his predictions.
Historic volatility on both economic and social fronts creates conditions for more litigation against directors and officers and claims on professional liability policies.
Commercial airlines will have to stay ahead of these risks in order to keep up with demand and stay profitable.