Cover Story November 2020Help Where It Hurts
Employers can add long-term financial stability to benefits packages.
Government Help Needed!
A snapshot of European recovery programs and new coverage approaches to pandemic risk there and in the United States.
The Mother of Invention
Risk layering and public-private partnerships at work against natural catastrophes in Southeast Asia may be a guide for insuring other systemic risk.
The Healthcare Divide
Where Trump and Biden stand on key issues impacting affordability of and access to healthcare.
The Finances of Race
Employee benefits are doing little to help racial minorities gain traction or even stability. But they could be.
The Future of the ACA—Ironic Intent?
The 2017 elimination of the tax penalty and ensuing constitutional challenge could prove to be the ACA’s saving grace.
Fractured Privacy Laws Increase Business Risk
Increasingly, legal counsel, chief privacy officers, and risk managers are struggling to meet a patchwork of privacy requirements in the jurisdictions where they do business.
The Risk of Being the Bearer of Bad News
“Shooting the messenger” is more than a metaphor; it’s a psychological phenomenon.
Pandemic Sparks Service Model Creativity
COVID-19 pushed the work-from-home model forward at breakneck speed, but Patra kept pace.
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Wanderlust Skiing in the Time of COVID
Ski resorts are gearing up for the 2020-2021 season with new protocols to maintain safety as spread of the coronavirus remains a threat.