An expert in claims management for self-insured programs, Kara Knowles is enjoying supporting risk managers through a period of exhilarating change, not only through her day job but also as president of the Colorado Society for Healthcare Risk Management, as she tells HRMR.
With HIPAA audits looming in 2015, this is a prime time to ensure that your organization and its business associates have their HIPAA compliance in order. HRMR reports.
In early February US health insurer Anthem announced that it has been the victim of a huge hacking attack, with possibly millions of people’s personal information compromised. What lessons can healthcare risk managers take from this breach? HRMR investigates.
Coverys Custom Accounts is Coverys’ response to the impact of the Affordable Care Act on healthcare providers, as Joe Zorola, chief underwriting officer, describes.
Recognizing and reducing the risk of sexual abuse in healthcare settings is a challenge, but one that should not be ignored,writes Michelle Foster Earle, president of OmniSure Consulting Group.
Captive insurance continues to develop its value for healthcare providers. Renee Ford, assurance principal at Decosimo, explains why.
Various factors in current trends in the medical professional liability sector led to the creation of Pro-Praxis, as Bob Allen, its president, told HRMR.
Change in the US healthcare landscape has triggered an increase in the number of mergers & acquisitions between healthcare bodies. Insurance products are helping the industry find certainty amid rapid change, as Kieran Dempsey and Nancy McMahon from Ryan Speciality Group explain.
Risk management may be first class but losses above $5m continue to trend upwards, with implications for insurance premiums, says Justin Keith, vice president, Hiscox Bermuda.
The Cayman Islands is the world’s largest domicile for healthcare captives, and also hosts the largest annual captive insurance conference, says JS de Jager.