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Articles from Risk & Insurance (July 1, 2004)

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A new alliance pushes for standards in 'Sin City': an estimated 2,500 people flocked to Las Vegas to attend the first annual joint trade fair of ACORD, the data standards organization, and LOMA, the life and annuity educational lobby. Tuohy, Cyril 611
Braving bitter pills: the exposures are so great in every facet of the health care industry that it is considered by many to be an industry in crisis. That's all the more reason why both providers and payors have been forced to face their risks head-on in order to stay afloat. Allen, Russ 778
Destruction by natural causes. 90
Health care providers. 3420
If there's one topic that won't go away in the insurance business, it's fraud. Roberts, Jack 263
Let rigor and a record prevail. Wright, Soraya 527
Newhart's captives monologue. Crombie, Roger 621
Outrage at outsourcing column. Howell, Debra; Wells, Darrell Letter to the Editor 521
Preparing for the crunch. 2222
Riding a trade show whirlwind: working the trade show circuit is never easy. The hours are long--if you arrive on time--the meetings fleeting, the food often mediocre. Yet, still they come. This year, risk executives from all over the world came to San Diego for the 54th annual meeting of the Risk and Insurance Management Society Inc. Crombie, Roger 2111
Risk-it managers spar over fire suppression systems: with Halon disappearing, managers are having to rely on water or gas systems. But as data centers grow, the fate of gas-based systems may be sealed. Mangan, Joe 816
The 'Qwest' for integration: one company recognized its need for a new, more integrated way to handle disability management. So it took the plunge and revamped its program from top to bottom. The result: an innovative dual focus on the needs of the individual as well as the identification of broader workplace trends as they emerge. Stevens, Marybeth 1425
The enemy within. Wilson, R.A. Cover Story 2286
The terrorism risk insurance act: let it die: the insurance industry has plenty of capital to survive and doesn't need a taxpayer subsidy. Hunter, J. Robert 646
The terrorism risk insurance act: let it live: extending TRIA for another two years at least is essential for property/casualty insurers. Degnan, John J. 594
Upcoming events. Calendar 322
WC outlook improving 'somewhat': NCCI: Metrics improve but the line is still unprofitable for many carriers. Grover, Nancy 217
Who pays for your broker? Kaiser, Linda S. 522

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