According to a Mayo Clinic study published April 4, 2017, nearly 90 percent of patients who came for a second opinion left with a different or adjusted final diagnosis. In addition, patient safety researchers at Johns Hopkins have found that diagnostic errors account for the majority of medical malpractice lawsuits, the most severe patient harm and have the highest indemnity.
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Canada Legislative Update - Ontario Proposes a New Pharmacare Program for Children & Youth Aged 24 and Under
Ontario’s 2017 budget includes a proposal for a new program (OHIP+: Children & Youth Pharmacare) to tackle the impact of increasing drug costs on individuals and plan sponsors.
Take a look at our 2016 Client Success Stories and how Gallagher was able to find a resolution to multiple issues in Claims Advocacy Practice.
Inside this newsletter: Nonprofit Affinity Groups: Q&A, Benefits Commentary, Benefits & HR Solutions Case Study Forum: Gatherings and Collaboration
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Investors reminded volatility still exists, ECB treads lightly and industrial production increases.
This article discusses the state and evolution of director compensation plans among publicly traded companies. Findings are based on a recent study of director compensation plans among Russell 3000 companies. (Journal of Compensation & Benefits, 05/2017)
Gallagher Public Sector (GPS) has just released a new white paper "An Introduction to FEMA for Government Entities" and Eligible Nonprofits that explains the “ins and outs” of working with FEMA. It is specifically written to address the needs of governmental entities and eligible nonprofits.
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that infects a computer and then holds the data hostage by encrypting the files until victims pay to have them unlocked. It comes in two major types: cryptors and blockers.
One of the driving errors that leads to serious crashes is excessive speed on entrance and exit ramps/curves. With the improvement in highway design and with most of the professional driver’s time being spent on limited access or interstate-type highways we can get lulled into a false sense of security thinking we don’t have a lot to worry about on these roads.