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Care and compassion


‘Sharing and caring’ through enterprise risk management (ERM) was chosen as the over-riding theme of the 2014 ASHRM conference. Jacque Mitchell, the organization’s 2014 president, tells HRMR how this can be applied within the wider context of ERM.

Getting the analytics edge


Mary Chmielowiec, executive vice president insurance services for data analytics experts PointRight, outlines three simple ways to step up your analytics game.

An evolving risk


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.

Privacy breaches: beware


No healthcare organization is safe from data breaches, and as cyberattacks become more sophisticated, it becomes increasingly important for consumers to stay one step ahead of the perpetrators. Michelle Foster Earle, president of OmniSure Consulting Group, offers her advice.

The PCI challenge


Staying secure


Under attack: data as the new target


As new research shows that companies now rank data breaches as a more serious risk than natural disasters, HRMR asks why the threat is so great and what can be done about it.

Critical challenges to measurable results


As the healthcare industry is increasingly faced with regulatory changes and widening risk exposure, the manner in which such risk is dealt with is requiring new tactics and tools. Bonnie Clark of Delphi Technology discusses the innovations being used to respond to this rapidly developing environment.

Lessons from Joplin


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.

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