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It seems clear that telemedicine is here to stay, which means the insurance industry has a need to fill to match this emerging exposure with policy language to suit and coverage to follow.
The disruptive influence of evolving risks has the potential to drive innovation in the insurance industry and beyond.
Sudden deaths among oil and gas workers have been linked to oxygen deficiency and the inhalation of hydrocarbon gasses and vapors.
New report highlights areas of concern — and possible improvements — for hospital and health system risk managers.
Insurance carriers can be doing more to address the risks for student athletes.
University relationships with student organizations can help mitigate the risk of hazing.
Patient communications are necessary to prevent hospital readmissions.
Events prompted educators in Iowa to host the first ever statewide summit on campus safety.
A workers’ compensation executive roundtable in California provides insight into reforms and claims management opportunities.
The risk manager for Columbus, Ga., discusses law enforcement liability and venturing into a coal mine at 15.
Long supply chains offer criminals ample opportunities to sneak in counterfeit drugs, which pose a serious risk to public health.
The top health care technology risks facing health care facilities are preventable.
Middle-market companies are being targeted by insurers, but some industry sectors are finding it increasingly difficult to get coverage.
Reaching out to people in mental distress is an important step in stopping campus violence.
Boeing is innovating to improve both its workers’ comp outcomes and the quality of health care delivered to its workers.
The construction industry is increasingly incorporating suicide prevention measures within health and safety programs.
Drivers of autonomous vehicles will experience improved safety, and eventually better fuel economy and more free time.
The American Airlines and U.S. Airways merger meant integrating workers’ compensation programs for a massive workforce. The results are stellar.
In three years, the Columbus Consolidated Government was able to substantially reduce workers’ compensation claims costs, revamp return-to-work and enhance safety training.
Barnabas Health wins a Teddy Award for pushing one hospital’s success in workers’ comp systemwide.