Archive for January, 2014


Winning Playbook

For many attending, the Super Bowl is a once in a lifetime experience.  Such an elaborate event comes unique exposures.  Keven Moore discusses how this weekend’s event has a risk management and insurance plan that has been years in the …

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ACA Reshaping Small-Group Market Plans

Industry analysts, insurers, and state regulators are forecasting a much larger health insurance plan disruption than predicted by the Obama administrations—much of the disruption only indirectly


Cold Weather Could Lead To A Widespread Energy Emergency

Back-to-back cold spells have depleted already low propane stocks.  17 U.S. states have declared energy emergencies and have loosened propane transportation rules to expedite shipments from

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Unique Exposures Require Unique Solutions

When designing a risk management plan one must consider the unique intricacies of the exposure.  An effective risk management plan is not a one size fits

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Roadmap To Success

 When it comes to strategic planning, some business owners aren’t quite sure where to begin.  Eric Fields, CIC, CRM, CPA,CRIS,AFSB,AAI, a National Alliance faculty member, shares


The Nature Of Organizational Culture

A fire damaged building can be rebuilt and a car can be replaced, but a damaged reputation might be irreparable.  Taking a proactive approach on reputation

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Is Outsourcing Manufacturing To China Bad For American Public Health?

A new study published in PNAS (a leading scientific journal) reveals that Chinese pollution related to U.S. manufacturing exports from China is drifting to the western

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Gestational Diabetes Testing Recommendations

An independent task force has advised that all pregnant women should be screened for gestational diabetes, and that the benefits outweigh the harm.  Although many doctors

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Medical Malpractice Dilemma In Georgia

 Malpractice litigation may be a thing of the past in Georgia.  Lawmakers are considering a bill that would replace patient and family malpractice suits with a


Five Minute Saliva Test to Identify Smokers

Smokers in the UK now have more incentive than ever to quit smoking: MONEY!  With the aid of a new 5 minute saliva test, private insurers

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