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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.
Two-time Teddy Award winner Red River Army Depot drives year-over-year results, serving as a model for other installations throughout the Army.
A $1 billion bridge rebuild is boosted by new surety claims and liquidity elements.
It may be time to combine workers’ comp medical care and group health care.
Pharmacy benefit managers are becoming a greater force in clinical case management, adapting to higher customer expectations.
Practitioners urge the professional liability markets to throw off an ‘antiquated mindset.’
Regulators have decided they can’t risk electricity shortfalls. A new insurance market may result.
As violence in health care settings increases, awareness and de-escalation training for workers can go a long way toward preventing crises.
Insurers see drones as a way to improve the service they provide to insureds.
Director of risk management Joseph Mazza says heightened visibility is good for risk managers, but cyber remains a top challenge.
Health care risk managers may not be able to stop data attacks, but they can follow some basic strategies to minimize the impact.
A severe burn case in a fast food restaurant results in a finding of permanent impairment.
CareRise Founder and CEO Tim Goux answers R&I’s questions on the motivation to form his company and its growth prospects in the coming year.
New ACA reporting demands and controversies over the minimum wage are adding regulatory risk to the retail industry.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Customer satisfaction and customer complaint data should be used as a proactive risk mitigation tool.
Only in U.S. health care can you be charged for a service foisted upon you while unconscious. A different model could fix that.
Failure to arrange the proper cover for regulatory penalties in the energy sector adds up to big losses.
Cheryl Feltgen on the importance of analytics, the inspiration of Nelson Mandela and the appropriateness of champagne for any occasion.
The deeper we drill in the ocean for oil, the more the risk increases.
Performing root cause analysis of health care mistakes should be a trained, specific, skill set.