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At Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., we try to learn everything we can about the industries we serve and the risks they may encounter. It’s a commitment that’s embedded in our corporate culture to expanding our expertise, continuing educational development and gathering topical updates to remain ahead of the curve.

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OSHA in 2015 and Changes in Reporting Injuries

On January 1, 2015, OSHA will require many more industries to create and record injuries and illnesses in the OSHA 300 Injury and Illness Recordkeeping log for the first time. Reporting of severe injuries or illnesses directly to OSHA will change. This Gallagher Risk Management Strategies webcast with delve deeper into what these changes mean to you and your organization.

Tag(s): Loss Control; Claims Advocacy;

How to Combat Adverse Medical Opinions in Workers Compensation

Too often the Independent Medical Exam (IME) process does not fairly represent the employer in the claim arena. A simple IME process does not get the job done. It is important to find a physician consultant who understands the legal dilemma and is able to give employers more control over their claims’ destiny in spite of seemingly overwhelming odds. A physician consultant is familiar with the way doctors think and knows when they are being less than honest or do not have adequate or truthful information.

Tag(s): Healthcare; Loss Control;

Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Studies - Bringing Great Minds Together to Help Reduce Campus Risk

Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank studies are published annually and include perspectives from leaders at colleges and universities throughout the U.S. on a common topic. These individuals gather to brainstorm on topics that affects almost all higher education institutions. View the comprehensive list of all Gallagher Think Tank studies to date.

Tag(s): Higher Education;

Healthcare Reform Update - September 22, 2014

By November 15, 2014, sponsors of self-insured health plans must take steps to report the number of covered lives for purposes of the Transitional Reinsurance Fee through Pay.gov. The first payment of the Transitional Reinsurance Fee is due by January 15, 2015. (Insurance carriers will report the number of covered lives and ultimately pay the fee for fully-insured health plans.) To assist sponsors of self-insured health plans, we have prepared these action steps as you countdown to compliance.

Tag(s): Healthcare Reform; Health & Welfare; Compliance Consulting;