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Companies should review ‘what if’ scenarios before attaching their products or services to a celebrity sponsor.
The demanding task of nurse case management grows ever more complicated.
Risk managers must manage social media’s risks while harnessing its speed and efficiency.
More insurance distribution channels are opening up, which could disrupt business for both underwriters and brokers.
Managing today’s complex energy risks requires that insurers match the industry’s dedication and expertise.
Failure to support safety programs will incur the cost of more complex claims.
Recycling may be the right thing to do, but it carries its own set of risks.
Even without an Ebola policy, organizations might be covered for losses from the disease.
Sloppy authentication is creating unnecessary cyber vulnerabilities.
Growth for independent insurance agencies is slowing.
Higher education risk managers are focusing on ERM, as well as cyber security and compliance risks.
Recyclers and manufacturers often fail to obtain the liability protection they need.
A drive to mitigate psychosocial factors exposes questions about defining them.
Transportation safety in the oil and gas industry is being challenged by increased production.
The inability to fully establish credibility and trust exacerbated what should have been a manageable Ebola outbreak.
It will be a wild ride for the primary and excess GL market in 2015.
Is information overload reducing the effectiveness of your claims operations?
Focusing on the day-to-day implementation of controls, policies and processes help reduce reputational risk.
As presentations continue today, we thank everyone for their insights and attendance this week, and begin planning for next year.
The ACA has not yet impacted WC claims, but experts expect provider shortages to become a problem.
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