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Workers’ Comp Industry Is Stable

Despite recent weakening in workers’ compensation market fundamentals, this year the workers’ comp market should see a fifth consecutive year of underwriting profits. The industry’s statutory combined ratio fell to 86% in 2018, having averaged 93% annually since 2015, notes a Fitch Ratings report, “U.S. Workers’ Compensation Market Update – Fifth Consecutive Year of Underwriting…

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AI: For Workers’ Comp, a Promise to Be Fulfilled

The term “artificial intelligence” (AI) is weaving its way into the mainstream of insurance companies of all sizes.  It’s a hot topic:  Consider that at the recent Dig|In event in Austin, Texas, at least half a dozen exhibitors classified themselves as “AI” or “AI/Fraud” companies. For many smaller carriers, however, especially those in workers compensation,…

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IASA’s Virtual Roundtable Tests Digital Transformation’s Reality

Because all insurers are using some form of digital technology, we can agree that Digital Transformation is less about the technology itself, but more about the way insurers are innovating to solve their business problems.  That said, digital transformation refers to any use of digital technology that enables new types of innovation to enhance and…

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CHSI Participates in “Shaping the Future” at CICA

Tucson played host to more than 500 captive insurance representatives, including 100 first-time attendees (captive owners, potential captive owners, captive managers, risk managers, domicile regulators and officials, and service providers) at the CICA 2019 International Conference. In support of the conference’s agenda, which offered educational and networking opportunities, the theme of this year’s domicile-neutral conference,…

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How Businesses Can Prevent Workers’ Compensation Audits and Mistakes

This article was written by Gerry Dumke, Vice President of Underwriting at Caitlin-Morgan Insurance Services, a provider of insurance and risk management services for assisted living facilities and nursing homes. Reprinted here with permission. Workers’ compensation insurance is a critical part of the business world. This specialized insurance is designed to protect business assets as well as…

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Friedlander Group Chooses CHSI Connections® for Claims Management

The company will use Connections’ modular suite of cloud-based core systems software to provide value via claims processing efficiencies. Henderson, NV—January 18, 2019 – CHSI Technologies, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class insurance software, is pleased to announce that Friedlander Group Inc., the manager of pooled risk safety groups and the leader in workers’ compensation for…

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Workers Compensation Research Institute

Return-to-Work Study Reveals Service Flaws

Based on three new state reports that compare outcomes of injured workers from Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Tennessee with 12 other states, an average of 10.5% of workers across 15 states never return to work as the result of a workplace injury and 16.7% have a difficult time getting the physician or services they want. Such…

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Insurance software solutions for the Gig economy

The global corporate landscape is changing and small to medium-sized insurance companies have excellent opportunities to capitalize on these changes. The buzzword fueling the change is known as the “Gig Economy” and it is taking the small business world by storm.   The Gig Economy consists of an ever-growing demographic of individuals who work as…

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Small Insurers and Digital Insurance

Are Small Insurers at Risk of Becoming “Blockbuster Videos” in a Netflix World?   Having just attended the Digital Insurance Dig-In 2018 annual conference, I felt like I drank innovation from a firehose.  The conference showcased real use-case technology innovations from insurers large and small as well as the latest technologies from upstart and incumbent…

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How Risk-sharing pools have surpassed commercial insurance for public entities

For public entities, such as cities, counties and school districts, risk-sharing pools have provided a viable alternative to commercial insurance plans. Created in the 1970’s and revived in the 1980’s, public entity pools offer the means to stabilize taxpayer funds for public employee insurance plans.   Public entity risk-sharing pools differ from commercial insurance plans…

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