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A claims talent shortage has many in the industry rethinking recruitment and retention.
An alarming spike in cargo thefts has cargo owners and their insurers on edge. Thieves are also growing more sophisticated in their maneuvers.
While on-the-job injuries are the focus of many an effort to control rising claims costs, it’s just as important to address preventable chronic conditions.
As medical price inflation increases, many in the industry are turning to medical bill review vendors to identify opportunities for cost savings.
New employees are disproportionately likely to sustain an injury on the job, so extra care and attention during their first year on the job can produce an outsized impact.
Five years after #MeToo surfaced as a movement, businesses are still figuring out the best steps to take to curb and report sexual harassment in the office.
Oct. 1 changes from CMS potentially alter processes for industry stakeholders, most notably in the conditional payment reimbursement arena.
Increased productivity and cost savings are just two benefits of artificial intelligence systems.
When estimating losses after a severe weather event, rely on your policyholder experts and don’t take no for an answer.
The latest trends in the ongoing battle over liability in America’s opioid abuse epidemic.
From general liability risks to cyber concerns and the impact of inflation, these are the risks small businesses need to be watching.
Younger tech-savvy workers want to make a difference with their work. Workers’ comp predictive models can help them do that.
Claims automation and improved recruitment programs are helping claims quality while addressing the industry’s talent gap.
Despite federal laws that limit transparency and control of care for its injured employees, BNSF Railway seeks strategic opportunities for safety engagement and improved outcomes.
Businesses in hurricane danger zones can do much before and after a storm hits to alleviate any sort of property damage.
Equine claims specialist Katherine Short talks to Risk & Insurance magazine about the nuances of the business.
Although catastrophic injuries make up a small percentage of overall workers’ comp claims, for these injured workers, recovery requires collaborative care.
Rehrig Pacific Company shares key secrets to its success in reducing employee musculoskeletal injuries by 86%.
Top employers discuss how organizations can optimize their brand presence by enhancing their claims management strategies.
Carriers, brokers, and claims management firms all stress clarity, communication, and collaboration as keys to successful claims resolution.
Here are five questions every risk manager should ask before including financial interest insurance into policies.