The risks associated with failing to notify individuals affected by data breaches are set to rise for healthcare providers, says Katherine Keefe from Beazley Breach Response Services.
The healthcare industry in the US is changing for the better—but this process also means new risks and new ways of approaching risk management. Insurance broker Marsh’s white paper explores the challenges faced by the sector.
As healthcare risk managers ponder the challenges they face as a result of healthcare reforms, it is predicted more will turn to the use of captives and risk pooling schemes. HRMR explores the pros and cons of this and finds 10 reasons the captive solution can work for organizations.
Healthcare organizations have been using captives for many decades to help manage their risks. Ron Sulisz of Strategic Risk Solutions estimates the size of this market and assesses how captives might help cover new risks in the future.
As hundreds of new ACOs try to find their feet in the US, Ron Calhoun at Risk Solutions looks at the landscape forming around them and the challenges they face.
Hacking financial data is old news—cyber criminals are now targeting healthcare, as Brian Stromberg and David McElroy of Riskonnect report.