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.
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.
As plaintiffs’ attorneys become more adept at gaining access to previously protected risk management information, HRMR explores the value of clear procedures for protecting medical records and the need to adhere to the facts.
From adjusting to quality-linked reimbursement to achieving robust, keenly-priced insurance arrangements, these are interesting times for Bob Reilly, CFO at Anne Arundel Health System in Annapolis, Maryland. He told HRMR how his organization is keeping pace with healthcare reform.
Talking to patients about adverse events is a grave responsibility, one that must be handled with care, writes Dr Dan Cohen, International Medical Director of patient safety and risk management software company Datix.
US healthcare delivery is undergoing tumultuous change. Matthew Hanis of Lockton forecasts that the systemic changes driven by employee benefits, telemedicine, and home health integration will transform care delivery and the way healthcare providers think about risk exposures.