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Process improvements in workers’ compensation are becoming vital as service providers struggle with their own staffing issues.
California’s law on medical malpractice modernized, preserving key components, signaling stability over alternative ballot initiative to dismantle MICRA.
According to a white paper by cybersecurity provider Sophos in May 2021, 34% of health care organizations were hit by ransomware in the last year.
Having tasted the liberty of remote work, workers are looking at their relationships with their employers in a different light and in many cases seeking more applicable benefits solutions.
Two of society’s most vital sectors are feeling the constraints of the time.
This senior vice president and director of health care at Gallagher Bassett Specialty shares his experience and what the health care industry should keep its eyes on moving forward.
Hartford HealthCare’s practices are under court scrutiny after class action arises.
A telemedicine visit in another state leads to legal action for this fictive health care system.
Health care facilities are acquiring data-driven entities as well as rebranding to show their new capabilities.
The Cayman Islands are the current market leader for health care captives.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2022 Health Care Power Broker winners. An additional five brokers were named as finalists.
Rising Star Gerald Stoll shares his journey as a health care broker, his biggest wins and what he thinks is next for the industry.
Sexual harassment in medicine is pervasive. Working with your risk manager and insurer can help end it.
Not only did Eric Gardzina and his team valiantly respond to the challenges of the pandemic, but they also spent the last year creating their own risk retention group.
Children’s Hospital of Colorado’s Bryan Storey implemented a new program that keeps patients in the know and medical staff safe.
Professional liability, health care and casualty are the three primary underwriting focuses of Bowhead Specialty, founded by serial insurance entrepreneur Stephen Sills.
Technology errors and omissions, product liability and false arrest are just a few of the risks posed by biometric technology.
There’s no question telehealth has gained traction, but will it last in workers’ comp beyond the pandemic?
COVID-19 mentally exhausted already strained health care professionals. Here’s how we can build up the mental health of health care providers post pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made an already-hardening insurance market in the health care sector even harder.