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Published: 01/02/2014 in Captives / Self-Insurance category
Our latest white paper “Self-Funding and the Management of Risk,” discusses the benefits, considerations and details of self-funding employee health insurance.
Published: 03/19/2014 in Risk Management category
An excerpt of the Introductory chapter, as well as three case studies, from Net Income Risk Management: How to Minimize Losses Affecting Revenues and Expenses. Published by The National Alliance Research Academy and authored by Richard Rudolph.
Published: 11/29/2012 in Employee Benefits category
Public and private exchanges. Metallic plans. Minimum essential coverage. The Individual and Employer Mandate. Fines and penalties...Read this white paper to learn more
Published: 04/17/2014 in Claims Management category
Q: There are two different roles for Engineers at Global Risk Consultants (GRC), the Account Engineers and the Field Engineers. What is the major difference between the two and what do they provide to the client? A: Both roles are equally important
Published: 04/24/2013 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Sedgwick’s 2012 Drug Trends Report identifies drug safety and cost concerns and showcases client outcomes. Download for a closer look at the improvements and savings our customers achieved last year utilizing our advanced drug management strategies.
Published: 09/05/2012 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
It's no secret prescription drug spending represents a disproportionately high percentage of workers' compensation costs. This white paper discusses a recent NCCI study on rising prescription drug costs and Sedgwick’s pharmacy solutions for clients.
Published: 02/27/2012 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
New suite of Express Scripts workers' compensation services will detect and deter fraud in workers’ compensation prescriptions saving tens of millions of dollars annually.
Published: 07/15/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
This article focuses on fixing the problems already facing workers’ comp, asserting that if we continue to fret about what might happen in the future without focusing on fixing the present, those problems will surely come to fruition.