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Ahead of RIMS’ annual conference in late April, we sat down with industry executives to see what trends they’ll be keen to discuss at the show.
Among the annual toll in the U.S. opioid epidemic are up to 5,000 hospital inpatients. The drugs they are legally prescribed are creating liability issues for pharmacists as well as physicians.
Adhering to charitable missions with limited budgets presents unique risks for nonprofit organizations.
Drug manufacturers face legal, regulatory and technology-related challenges every day.
Critters of all shapes and sizes have presented unique risk management challenges for sporting event organizers.
In this Q&A, the U.S. CEO of a global risk consultancy discusses why measuring loss expectancy is critical to understanding exposure.
Fire, flood and hail are among the risks that threaten commercial real estate.
Emotion and trust play a big role in how a jury rules in personal injury and liability cases.
Financial pressures and societal changes are challenging university risk managers like never before.
Legal questions arise over who will be held responsible if a robot causes harm to people or property.
Transporting young children is risky business. In this Q&A, an underwriting VP discusses solutions to minimize the exposures.
This Ironshore executive didn’t get into fine art on purpose, but has developed expertise in its beauty and its risks.
Opioids were supposed to help. Instead, their addictive power harmed many, and calls for accountability are broadening.
The agriculture industry is ready to embrace robots and artificial intelligence to make farming and food safety more efficient.
Robot co-workers may bridge talent shortfalls and improve productivity, but only if manufacturers anticipate the risks.
Opioids have increased demand for treatment center beds, addiction specialists and foster families to critical levels. Providers are feeling the pinch.
Having an armed manager adds on-the-spot protection, but guns in the workplace could open companies to liability risks.
Background checks and monitoring property — like laptops lent by the company — can deter and prevent crimes committed by employees.
For a company that’s changing the way people drive, building the right insurance program was a collaborative accomplishment.
AI has potential, but it comes with risks. Mitigating these risks helps insurers and insureds alike, enabling advances in almost every field.
The flexibility of captives is well-suited to serve the rapidly changing risks health care organizations face.