Dr Dan Cohen, International Medical Director, Datix, explains what healthcare can learn from high reliability organizations.
How can providers keep pace with the evolving risks of network security and data privacy in the healthcare industry? Mario Paez, national practice advisor, Technology, Privacy, and Network Risk, Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, gives his view.
Captive insurance continues to develop its value for healthcare providers. Renee Ford, assurance principal at Decosimo, explains why.
Workplace violence is especially prevalent in healthcare. Lori Severson, vice president and healthcare loss control consultant at Lockton, offers some strategies for reducing risk and managing the cost of liability.
Tens, possibly hundreds of patients were murdered by nurse Charles Cullen in the course of his 16-year career. Following the publication of The Good Nurse, a new book about Cullen’s murders and capture, HRMR asked author Charles Graeber what risk managers can learn from this nightmare scenario.
The massive tornado that hit Joplin in May 2011 tested the emergency operations plans of the area’s hospitals to their limits. Leslie Porth, author of a report on the lessons learned from Joplin, gave HRMR an overview of her findings.
Healthcare reform will undoubtedly change the risk profile of healthcare organizations, especially hospitals, but will it reverse the medical professional liability industry’s long trend for profitability? Paul Greve from Willis Health Care Practice gives his perspective.