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Improving Workers Comp
Finding a medical management approach that yields the best results is
a constant challenge for workers’ comp professionals. Yet, with today’s
sophisticated technology, data analytics is making that process easier
and more complete.
Examining the Role of Strategic
Risk Management from a
Supply Chain Risk Perspective
To fully appreciate the current state of strategic risk management and
where it is headed, one must have an understanding of its journey.
What is Thermography?
Thermography is the measurement of emitted electromagnetic
radiation, which can be used to calculate heat.
The Basics of Captives
In this book, Spring’s award-winning captive team shares a little of their
experience, along with some of the recent trends they are seeing, in
hopes of helping even more businesses save money on and gain control
of their risk programs.
Insurers, New Kids
On The Blockchain?
Insurers, the new kids on the blockchain: Everledger, Guardtime and
CGSC discuss why.
6 Trending Cyber Threats for
Negligent employees, hacktivists and vendors are some of the latest
threats to data security.
Your Results May Vary – An
Updated Look at RRG
Financial Exam Costs
To avoid the risk of unanticipated regulatory costs, captive managers
and captive owners should make sure they understand how their
selected domicile deals with financial examination fees.
A Global Growth Impediment
Globalization creates more healthcare complexities than ever for
2016 Workers’ Compensation
Claims leaders participated in a nationwide survey to substantiate
which best practices are clearly differentiating high performing claims
organization from industry peers.
The Rise of ODG
Official Disability Guideline (ODG), published by Work Loss Data Institute, has
now been adopted by Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, North Dakota,
Tennessee, Ohio and Arizona (Arizona for chronic pain and opioids). As ODG
continues to gain momentum, it’s hard not to acknowledge its success.