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The concept of risk mastery and ownership, as displayed by the 2018 Risk All Stars, includes not simply seeking to control outcomes but taking full responsibility for them.
Passion, creativity and persistence distinguish the winners of the 2018 Risk All Star award.
Elizabeth Queen led the development of a best-in-class incident management program that protects both employees and clients, earning her a 2018 Risk All Star award.
Rebecca Cady, 2018 Risk All Star, minimized med-mal litigation risk by focusing on information-sharing and faster response to potential claims.
Pinnacle’s Jim Cunningham, a 2018 Risk All Star winner, displayed a persistent, pragmatic approach to controlling losses.
An educator of the next generation of risk managers, Jack Hampton, a 2018 Risk All Star winner, joined a declining risk management program. Then he made it thrive.
2018 Risk All Star Alumine Bellone’s due diligence aided Ardent Health Services in a successful year of growth and acquisition, going from 14 hospitals in three states to 31 in seven.
Creativity helped 2018 Risk All Star Dianne Howard find effective and affordable ways to protect her district, and the thousands of schoolchildren it serves.
James Curbeam, one of the 2018 Risk All Star winners, knew the only way to achieve true ERM was by making every department aware of how their risks intertwined.
2018 Risk All Star Rosa Royo finds the balance between cost control and high-quality care for injured workers.
Under the guidance of 2018 Risk All Star Craig Melnick, Goodyear weathered Hurricane Harvey without a hitch and stayed on track for quarterly closing.
2018 Risk All Star winner Ryan Bank leads a coalition that’s helping insurers and government agencies better understand severe weather risks.
Kevin Farthing, a 2018 Risk All Star, solved his staff’s high rate of musculoskeletal injuries, saving more than $500K in annual workers’ comp costs.
For a staffing company with claims out of control, Kathleen Peck tore the program down and built it back up to achieve success, which earned her a 2018 Risk All Star designation.
Gig workers’ unique insurance needs drive delivery of on-demand coverage.
With broker consolidation comes more depth. But there are still pros and cons to this M&A growth that insureds should know.
Connecting injured workers with claims and case professionals of similar backgrounds can alleviate misunderstandings that delay recovery.
Having a resiliency plan and practicing it can make all the difference in a disaster.
After a worker is accused of sexual abuse, his employer’s insurer must cover defense against claims of negligence.
This claims expert says the industry is getting better at using technology and data, but it could come at the expense of customer service.