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Modernizing Healthcare by
Telemedicine may be the healthcare delivery model of the future, but in
exchange for convenience and efficiency, patients and providers could
sacrifice quality of care.
Data Analytics: Using Data to
Develop Risk Control Strategies
In this PMA Executive Briefing, we begin examining data analytics in
workers’ compensation programs and their role in reducing employers’
total cost of risk and optimizing program outcomes.
A Big Data Solution to
Events that trigger non-physical economic loss threaten to bring
insurers’ operations to a standstill, unless they are prepared.
Innovation at the Pace of
As the U.S. economy continues to evolve, no other insurance segment
will be better able to meet the demands of a rapidly changing liability
landscape than the E&S market.
Risk of Workplace Trauma
Trauma poses a significant risk to an employee’s performance
impacting safety, quality and production. This paper draws on the
literature, case studies and research while offering the appropriate
ingredients to establish a culture that helps mitigate the risk of
A Streamlined Approach
to Modern Construction
Against a backdrop of complex construction exposures, contractors
are migrating to a new insurance approach that offers simplicity and
Balancing Care & Cost:
The Value of Case Management
Over time, case management has developed a negative stigma, causing
employers to often associate it with excessive dollar signs in the
context of the claims continuum.
6 Shadow IT Risks for
Systems and solutions used for work outside of corporate IT systems
introduce a variety of risks.
Cyber Business Interruption
Technology growth has created new Business Insurance (BI) perils —
viruses, tech failures, programming errors and computer hacking.
BI covers financial loss when a company has network–dependent
Top 5 Benefits of an Integrated
Claims and Managed Care
Today, managing the cost of a workers’ compensation claim is less
about managing the claim and a whole lot more about managing the