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44 Violence in healthcare: managing an escalating problem


A series of proactive steps can go a long way towards minimizing aggressive acts, says Barbara J. Youngberg of the Beecher Carlson national healthcare practice.


48 Getting the analytics edge


Mary Chmielowiec of data analytics expert PointRight outlines three simple ways to step up your analytics game.


48 52 Niching the niche: a refined focus


Various factors in current trends in the medical professional liability sector led to the creation of Pro-Praxis, as Bob Allen, its president, told HRMR.


54 A sure way ahead


Insurance products are helping the industry find certainty amid rapid change, as Kieran Dempsey and Nancy McMahon from Ryan Specialty Group explain.


56 Proper pricing 54


Risk management may be first class but losses above $5m continue to trend upwards, with implications for insurance premiums, says Justin Keith of Hiscox.


60 A total claims solution


HRMR reports on LSG’s Advocator System®, an electronic claims management system that enables you to have complete control over the whole claims process.


62 Cayman: tops in healthcare


The Cayman Islands is the world’s largest domicile for healthcare captives, and also hosts the largest annual captive insurance conference, says JS de Jager.


62 64 An evolving risk


Mario Paez of Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA gives his view on how to keep pace with the evolving risks of network security and data privacy.


67 A hidden danger


The risk of sexual abuse in healthcare settings should not be ignored, writes Michelle Foster Earle, president of OmniSure Consulting Group.


70 Poised for growth 67 6 | HEALTHCARE RISK MANAGEMENT REVIEW | Annual 2014


Captive insurance continues to develop its value for healthcare providers. Renee Ford, assurance principal at Decosimo, explains why.


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