The demanding task of nurse case management grows ever more complicated.
The fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012, traced back to a compounding company, sickened 751 and killed 64 in nine states.
Rider to bill does away with a federal requirement that truckers have to get two nights sleep in a row before starting a work week.
Actions were taken during a teleconference of the NAIC Executive Committee/Plenary on Dec. 16.
Underwriters are flocking to classes with good loss experience, leaving less competition for some workers’ compensation risks.
NARAB Objection Dooms TRIA
By Joan Collier
No TRIA Under the Tree This Year
By Joan E. Collier
It’s easier to believe in Santa Claus coming down your chimney with presents than in the U.S. Congress doing its job.
From all reports, the push to reauthorize...
Most successful businesses understand the consequences of inadequate safety, and it’s reinforced by the data that shows proper safety training and practices reduce insurance, lost time, and turnover costs. The key question that remains however is; How safe is your business?
See if you can reconcile the following two sets of data points from a survey published by the Journal of the American Medical Association last week regarding physician perceptions of prescription drug abuse: 1) 90% of doctors report prescription drug abuse is a moderate to large problem in their communities and 85% think prescription drugs are overused in clinical practice.
Today we're going to sing the praises of someone most of you have never heard of - Ted Coughlin.
Before I make my annual predictions for the coming year, I decided to find out what other experts are saying and what external factors may drive the industry. Here’s a quick summary.