Improving Auto Claims With Analytics

At the 2017 America’s Claims Event a session discussed how auto carriers can improve efficiency by integrating data and analytics into the life of a claim. The speaker was Frank Cesario, Director of Claims with LexisNexis Risk Solutions. Despite increases in satisfaction scores, claims processing continues to be the lowest performing area in the insurance […]

Creating Sustainable Results with Workers’ Compensation Metrics

At the 2016 PRIMA Annual Conference, Frank Altiere from PMA Management Corp and Lori Gray from Prince William County, VA discussed how using data effectively is vital to improving your program and proving its value. In workers’ compensation you can significantly impact your results and metrics are the key to doing so. They can help […]

Trends in Organized Fraud

You would be surprised by what fraud bosses know about your underwriting and claims operations and team members. This RIMS 2016 session discussed current trends and developments for detecting fraud and shutting it down. Speakers included: Stephen Truono, VP, Global Risk Management, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Tom Mulvey, Assistant Vice President, ISO/Verisk Kenneth […]

Measuring the Value of Risk Management

Being a risk manager can be a thankless job and may also lead to becoming a scapegoat when things go wrong. You cannot prove a negative and there is only a chance that something is going to happen, so when it doesn’t, is that a result of good risk management? In this RIMS 2016 session, […]

Data Science for Risk Management

At the 2016 RIMS Annual Conference, Michael Elliott, Senior Director of Knowledge Resources with The Institutes presented a session on how risk managers can use the large amount of data for analysis. The Internet of Things (IoT) includes things like robotics such as exoskeletons which can enhance the capabilities of workers and help prevent injuries. […]

Optimizing Predictive Modeling

Data analytics and predictive modeling are quickly becoming workers’ compensation industry staples as more employers recognize that the technology can positively impact their operations by improving claims management, risk assessments and loss costs. This session at the 24th Annual National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference illustrated key elements to include in workers’ compensation predictive models. […]

Looking Into the Future to Control Your Workers’ Comp Costs

Leading Self-Insured Groups (SIGs) are finally embracing “BIG DATA” trends and initiatives are underway to focus the power of machine learning on the claims and underwriting operations of SIGs. Advanced analytics and predictive modeling are helping SIGs improve loss ratios, enhance dividends and improve their market position. This was the subject of a 2015 SIIA […]

Analytics: Insurance as a Hedge for Corporate Financial Performance

At the 2015 Philly I-Day, Phillip Ellis, Chief Executive Officer, Global Solutions Consulting at Willis Group and James Coyle from Willis Group presented on how to convince your CFO or Treasurer that your insurance program is good value. The answer? Analytics.   The session began with focusing on why analytics are important to corporate risk executives. The […]

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