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Related or “batch” claims, particularly in health care, are a complex exposure issue with the potential to keep growing.
Eliminating missed medical appointments can significantly reduce claims costs and improve outcomes for injured workers.
The degree to which companies can effectively collect data on their employees hinges upon trust and transparency.
Trust and communication can help keep legal costs from spiraling out of control.
The stubborn embrace of alcohol by fraternities remains a prime source of expensive and potentially avoidable higher education claims.
Insurers who help pay for improved police training today may save on future claims.
The power of states and individuals to bring action in the case of an environmental event remains intact despite the new administration’s proposals.
Experts disagree on the involvement of risk managers in implementing treatment guidelines for injured workers.
A lawsuit being argued in California could drastically change UR workers’ comp statutes and drive costs through the roof.
With a lifetime of accomplishments under his belt, Woodrow Cross wants to keep going.
Clinical trials conducted abroad are a necessity in life sciences, but the complex risks must be carefully managed.
Case managers and pharmacy benefit managers are key pieces of the puzzle for payers trying to rein in catastrophic claims before they’re too far gone.
Advanced care techniques and technologies are helping workers with brain and spinal cord injuries get back to living full lives.
The first story in a three-part series on catastrophic care looks at the crucial steps to be taken in the direct aftermath of a severe injury.
Smart design, regular maintenance, and proper surface materials are the keys to minimizing playground injuries.
Insurance carriers can create the best defenses in the world to protect customer data. But the government may ask them to give it up regardless.
Undisciplined insurance purchasing practices leave dangerous gaps for expats.
Emergency notification “handshakes” are an increasingly popular way for companies to stay in touch with employees in conflict zones.
Health care facilities must balance safety and security concerns when considering protection methods.
Patient communications are necessary to prevent hospital readmissions.