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The skinny on fat in the workplace: when it comes to weight-loss, bariatric surgery might be the kindest cut of all. Does your health plan cover it? Oct 1, 2011 1657
An infectious condition: healthcare risk management is becoming more aggressive in seeking to prevent adverse medical events from becoming claims. Oct 1, 2010 1719
Working toward the good, the right and the just: St. Joseph Health System had always offered modernized healthcare. But it wasn't until recently that it evolved its risk management, too. Sep 15, 2010 628
A lock on liability: once all they had was a spreadsheet. Now they have a system that saves time and money. Sep 15, 2010 589
Digging into the cause of loss through decision analysis: not just analyzing and mitigating risk, Ed Hall measures the return on investment of risk management expenditures. Sep 15, 2010 606
Worrying about education and educating others about worry: what, us worry? Constance Neary and Bob Baird tell institutions of higher learning what to worry about, and what to do about it. Sep 15, 2010 572
Behold--a valuable public servant: Scott B. Clark didn't like the look of one particular claim, and his subsequent investigation led to a law change and millions in savings for employers. Sep 15, 2010 597
Drilling her peers and students in the ways of safety: safety manager Laney Burris has had a positive impact on students, staff and premiums. Sep 15, 2010 605
The changing face of employee health benefits: while employers grapple with how the new healthcare law will affect them, brokers scramble to find innovative ways to decrease costs without cutting benefits. Cover story Jun 1, 2010 1805
The quest for new paradigms: Systematic Care Management hastens recovery from catastrophic injuries and lowers workers' compensation costs as well. Sep 15, 2009 804
Jesus, Judie and St. Joseph Health System: taking the guesswork out of what an injured employee can and cannot do makes returning to work safer for employees and less risky for employers. Sep 15, 2009 836
Diggin' Posey: comp director had reduced costs and saved millions of dollars but she wanted to do more. So she dug and dug until she figured out how. Sep 15, 2009 658
A weighty matter: making wellness convenient, relevant and very, very personal pays off for employees and employers alike. Sep 15, 2009 703
The anti-stereotype: grabbing the hottest trend in healthcare--medical tourism--and taking out the "what-if.". Sep 15, 2009 452
The worship of safety, risk management and churches: with churches becoming new targets of violence, many have turned to a risk management program to mitigate the exposures. Sep 15, 2009 758
Why ask why? Because it saves lives: the managing general underwriter for nearly half the nation's YMCAs reviews data and finds new opportunities for safety and risk reduction. Sep 15, 2009 984
Clairvoyant sees the value in web sites for nonprofit clients; an online resource for a group of entities with very special needs. Website overview Sep 15, 2009 732
The accidental broker: many brokers don't begin by planning to go into the insurance business. But once they're there, they can't imagine being anywhere else. Feb 1, 2009 1627
Setting the agenda: how the Disability Management Employer Coalition helped set the workers' comp and disability management agenda, all by the time it reached its 15th birthday. Dec 1, 2006 1343

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