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Published: 02/10/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
Pain is the body’s signal that something is wrong, right? What about pain that persists—sometimes long after the original injury has healed? Chronic pain is a scourge, not only for the afflicted, but also for employers & insurers who foot the bill.
Published: 05/02/2012 in Industry Solutions category
This report discusses three recent regulatory enforcement actions in Brazil, India and the United States, each of which challenges some of the assumptions behind the most common forms of non-admitted insurance.
Published: 07/31/2012 in Insurance Products category
Cutwater's approach to managing volatility and developing de-risking solutions for plan sponsors.
Published: 04/11/2014 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
My colleagues that participate in CompPharma authored a very good piece on compounding medications. While the recommendations made by the consortium are sound, we need to apply practical steps given the current environment.
Published: 08/01/2013 in Insurance Products category
For this General ReView, we estimate the 99.5 inter-period annual Enterprise VaR and T-VaR for every U.S. domestic Property and Casualty company with invested assets exceeding $50 million at year-end 2012.
Published: 11/13/2012 in Workers’ Comp & Disability category
As a resource for clients and other parties impacted by California Senate Bill 863 (SB863), Sedgwick hosted a fall 2012 client forum to review regulation changes and to offer insights from industry leaders. Read our summary for highlights.
Published: 07/01/2014 in Risk Management category
Global Risk Consultants (GRC) responds to client needs through Industry Focus Groups by providing engineers that utilize our existing network along with trained resources to help our client's reduce their level of risk.
Published: 07/16/2014 in Claims Management category
This whitepaper discusses the benefits of technology but also its limitations. Without great people to operate it, technology cannot maximize its full potential or realize the best possible outcomes.