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Risk managers can bring down claim frequency and severity by focusing on what they can control — driver behavior.
Corporate security threats now come in many forms, and mid-size companies should be prepared to cover them all.
Environmental businesses often don’t see themselves as a target, but their operations are just as vulnerable to the threat of an industrial cyber attack.
Buyers should focus on building a robust GI program and risk management infrastructure to lessen the impact of emerging GI trends.
As new electronic devices replace older ones, electronic waste is piling up. Proper e-waste disposal poses complex environmental, regulatory and reputational challenges for risk managers.
Going paperless improves the customer experience and yields significant savings for insurance companies.
Commercial auto policyholders should consider utilizing a consultative approach and tools to better manage their transportation exposures.
The latest fiduciary rulings create challenges for financial advisory firms to stay both compliant and profitable.
Claims management is never stagnant. Utilizing a continuous triage model keeps injured employees on track to recovery.
Mergers and acquisitions continue apace, driven by low interest rates. But the risks involved are broad and complex.
Prescription drug compounding is beginning to turn a corner in managing chronic pain.
The dynamic cyber risk landscape demands a stable insurance carrier with a prudent approach and an eye on the long road.
The IPS formula for opioid management utilizes a structured, analytical approach that succeeds without risking the patient’s well-being or the payers’ bottom line.
The time is ripe to consider physical medicine to better manage the total cost of risk.
Small and medium sized businesses face very unique and complex exposures.
Ask the right questions and choose a domicile for your immediate and long-term needs.
Changing dynamics in the builder’s risk market make differentiating capacity in this robust market critical … now and for the foreseeable future.
Consulting clinical expertise can vastly improve disability and absence management outcomes.
A dedicated team of professionals is just one of the key elements of an effective claims innovation program.
A workers’ compensation executive roundtable in California provides insight into reforms and claims management opportunities.
No company is safe. Know how to prepare for and recover from a cyber attack.