your hospital's strategy for managing total cost of risk

Daniels, Gregory L.; Tisell, Stephen
July 2010
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jul2010, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p82
Trade Publication
The article offers strategies for health financial executives relative to their identification of risk retention levels for casualty and property insurance in the U.S. It states that they should examine the levels of risk associated with its property and casual programs in order to decide the reduction value of the excess premiums. It also notes the significance of using a predictive model to determine and prepare the anticipated losses or claim costs.


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