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Building a strong culture of integrity and transparency of communication will be key in BHSI’s growth going forward, says Sanjay Godhwani, the company’s executive vice president.
As the opioid epidemic rages on, a lack of consistent standards of care exposes healthcare providers to liability. Insurers are formulating a response.
Ongoing challenges have forced MPL underwriters to reevaluate their risk portfolios, bringing significant change to a market segment that has seen a decade’s worth of price erosion.
Shifts in the demand for collections insurance policies reveal generational differences in what constitutes “valuable.”
When a claim stalls, it’s time to call in medical professionals to apply fresh clinical eyes to the case at hand.
Aviation operators are doing everything right, but the market cycle will eventually harden. An industry veteran explains the forces at work behind the market shift and what insureds can do about it.
Tailoring treatment to a patient’s individual reaction to pain can yield better outcomes for injured workers and payers.
Rebecca Cady at Children’s National is keeping on top of the growing risks impacting health care, including cyber security, reputational risk and maintaining vendor relationships.
Frequency and severity of crashes continue to rise, but these steps can help companies protect drivers from liability.
The Harvard Business Review identified a few ways intelligent people undermine their success. Four of their insights hold acute relevance for insurance industry professionals.
…and 4 more reasons you should use locally admitted insurance.
Value-based accommodations keep employees happy and help the bottom line.
Businesses are partnering with rideshare platforms to arrange transportation for customers and colleagues. But they’re underestimating liability risks.
Risk managers cannot assume violence won’t happen at their business. Here’s how to mitigate the threat.
The need for E&S coverage is growing thanks to a healthy economy and growing complexity of risk, but E&S underwriters face competitive pressure.
Technology isn’t revolutionizing workers’ comp just yet, but machine learning, robotic automation and new communication platforms are attracting a lot of investment dollars.
Construction workers tend to distrust technology, but acceptance is growing of new tools with demonstrable safety benefits.
Revenue and employment growth remain steady, but rising costs and tariffs present new risks.
Turning data into actionable claims management strategies starts with asking the right questions.
Assuming cyber policies will respond to any loss related to the use of a computer could leave companies in a bind.