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The Impact of Risk Management on Home Health Care

Posted on: February 24, 2017 by Caitlin Morgan

Home health care workers face many various hazards on the job, including travel, care administration injuries, back injuries, latex allergy, violence, and stress. Effective risk management can help prevent or minimize home health care worker exposure to these hazards, even more critical today as workers in this sector are experiencing increasing numbers of occupational injuries […] Read More

Posted in: blog Healthcare Home Health Care Workers Comp Workers Compensation

Global Study Reveals Digital Threat Remains Biggest Threat for Businesses

Posted on: February 20, 2017 by Chris Murray

A report recently released by the Business Continuity Institute and the British Standards Institution shows the threat of cyber attacks, data breaches, and political instability resulting from rising populism are among the top concerns for businesses around the world. The report is based on a survey of 726 organizations in 79 countries in sectors that […] Read More

Posted in: blog Cyber Liability

Senior Care Industry Optimistic About New Administration, Fewer Mandates

Posted on: February 17, 2017 by Chris Murray

The American Healthcare Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) after the U.S. elections voiced its optimism that there will be fewer mandates from the federal government and less bureaucratic control over the senior care industry now that Republicans control both Congress and the White House. “In many cases, our operators are focused on what we […] Read More

Posted in: Uncategorized

Non-Fatal Workplace Injuries at Nearly $60B Annually in Direct Workers’ Comp Costs

Posted on: January 19, 2017 by Gerry Dumke

The 2017 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index was recently released, indicating that serious, nonfatal workplace injuries now amount to nearly $60 billion in direct U.S. Workers’ Compensation costs per year. This means that more than $1 billion dollars a week are being spent by businesses on these injuries, which include everything from overexertion to slips […] Read More

Posted in: blog Home Health Care Workers Comp Workers Compensation

Trending: High Brand-Name Drug Prices Impacting Assisted Living Residents

Posted on: January 17, 2017 by Chris Murray

A new report from the AARP Public Policy Institute shows that seniors, including those residing at assisted living facilities, are paying a much higher price to stay healthy and are disproportionately impacted by skyrocketing prescription drug costs. Among the biggest cost increases are medications designed as “maintenance drugs” used to manage common chronic conditions, including […] Read More

Posted in: Assisted Living Facility Insurance blog

Nursing Home Liability Rates Projected to Rise Nationwide

Posted on: January 12, 2017 by Chris Murray

A recent insurance report indicates that Liability insurance rates for nursing homes are projected to see an increase. An actuarial analysis from insurance broker Aon and the American Health Care Association (AHCA) said that overall loss rates for the long-term care sector are predicted to increase by 6% per year. The Aon-AHCA report indicates that […] Read More

Posted in: blog Nursing Home

What to Watch for in Health Care Workers’ Compensation 2017

Posted on: December 22, 2016 by Caitlin Morgan

Workers’ Compensation insurance continues to be a major concern for companies across all industries, including health care, which according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is the fastest-growing sector of the U.S. economy, employing over 18 million workers. Health care workers face […] Read More

Posted in: blog Workers Comp Workers Compensation

Self-Insured Indiana Public School Workers’ Compensation Program Marks 10-Year Anniversary

Posted on: December 20, 2016 by Caitlin Morgan

The Central Indiana Education Service Center (CIESC) and the Wilson Education Center recently celebrated their , a self-insured Workers’ Compensation program in Indiana whose membership today is comprised of 23 schools and two service centers. The oldest school self-insured Workers’ Compensation program in Indiana, ISESC was established in 2006 with the aid of MGU and […] Read More

Posted in: blog ISESC

40% of Companies Fall Short in Planning for Disasters, Insurance Program Not Adequate

Posted on: December 1, 2016 by Chris Murray

On the heels of a natural disaster, time and again it becomes clear that many businesses have not planned adequately to be able to keep their doors open. In fact, the government estimates that 40% of companies are not prepared to operate after disaster forces them to shut down. They either don’t buy the right […] Read More

Posted in: blog Risk Management

The Effect of Positive Employer-Employee Relations in Nursing Homes

Posted on: November 30, 2016 by Chris Murray

Higher staff satisfaction in a nursing home means improved staff retention and staff work practices and attitudes that support service excellence and a quality culture. This also translates into to better relations with residents and their families, which in turn improves the reputation of the facility and helps to reduce and minimize risks. To work […] Read More

Posted in: blog Nursing Home