Let's dissect and review the findings from national surveys about fatigue in the workplace. Emily Whitcomb, Senior Program Manager, National Safety Council lead a session at the RIMS 2018 Annual Conference ... Read More
During a session at the RIMS 2018 Annual Conference, Denise Algire, Director, Risk Initiatives | National Medical Director, Albertsons Safeway Inc and Michael Coupland, Network Medical Director, IMCS Group ... Read More
You wake up to news of a catastrophe: mass injuries and property damage. The claimants, reporters and lawsuits will soon follow. What do you do next? At the RIMS 2018 Annual Conference, a panel of experts ... Read More
At the 2018 RIMS Annual Conference, Tom Ryan from Willis Towers Watson talked about wearable technology in workers' compensation.
Wearables are devices worn on the body that collect information about you ... Read More
At the 2018 RIMS Annual Conference, Kimberly George from Sedgwick and Dawn Watkins from LAUSD talked about the challenges and benefits of embracing a whole health model for your workforce.
The definition of ... Read More
At the 2018 RIMS Annual Conference, Finley Harckham with Anderson Kill discussed insurance coverage for defense costs on class action litigation.
There is a perception that there is no coverage available ... Read More
At the 2018 RIMS Annual Conference, Tom Srail with Willis Towers Watson discussed cyber extortion.
Cyber extortion is a significant risk to your business operations. One common form of this is ransomware. ... Read More
At the 2018 RIMS Annual Conference, Max Koonce from Sedgwick discussed decisions around risk management claims program administration.
The first significant challenge is figuring out what is the most ... Read More
At the 2018 RIMS Annual Conference, Christopher Loebler from the firm McCarter & English discussed business interruption claims.
Business interruption usually falls within your property policy. The ... Read More
4-1-1 on Comp: Upcoding and Workers' Compensation Upcoding is the practice of a medical provider billing a medical event on a more expensive code than the service that the provider actually gave to the patient. Upcoding can occur in four different ...