Patty Hughes, Carolyn Toomey and Deb Yahne of OneBeacon Healthcare Group are headed to the 2018 Crittenden Medical Insurance Conference. Taking place from April 8-10 in San Diego, this conference provides educational and networking opportunities for insurance professionals. The Healthcare team looks forward to connecting with colleagues, hearing about industry trends and talking about recent enhancements to its suite of products. Hope to see you there!
OneBeacon Government Risks (OBGR) will be sponsoring the upcoming 2018 MO/KS PRIMA Conference on April 11 – 13. The conference is being held in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri at the Lodge of Four Seasons.
Curtis Weible, Business Development Manager, and Joe Garcia, Risk Management Specialist, will be on site during the conference so if you are at the event, be sure to stop by their booth!
For updates on the conference, photos, blog posts and more, follow OBGR on Twitter @OneBeaconGov.
The 2018 PLUS Healthcare & Medical PL Symposium is taking place in Chicago this week, bringing hundreds of industry practitioners to one place to network and connect. OneBeacon Healthcare Group is pleased to be a silver sponsor for this year’s conference. Our team members look forward to meeting with brokers and connecting with colleagues to talk about our enhanced Physician Group product, as well as updates to the Managed Care and Medical Facilities products. We look forward to seeing you there!
The annual CLM Conference is the premier event for those in the claims and litigation management industry. This year, attendees from Government Risks, Healthcare Group and Management Liability are representing OneBeacon as panelist presenters at the conference in Houston, TX.
Daniele Freaner, who is part of OneBeacon Healthcare Group claims, is part of a presentation titled, “Danger Zone: Healthcare Liabilities Associated with Natural Disasters.” This session will identify the liability risks faced by healthcare providers or entities that can arise in natural disaster emergency situations, discuss ways to minimize those risks and provide possible defenses.
In the session titled, “A Higher Education for All: Title IX, Title VII and the New Administration,” Management Liability claim’s Jennifer Weinstein will be part of a panel that will discuss the new Title IV regulations and guidelines issued by the current administration, the evolving case law in this area, the conflicts with other sexual assault and discrimination laws and the impact on claims and their resolution. The session also will discuss what underwriters should watch for in light of the recent changes.
Government Risks’ Sarah Schmitz will participate in the session titled, “The Crossroads of Coverage, Liability and Sovereign Immunity.” Policies issued to governmental entities often state that the purchase of the policy is not a waiver of the entities’ sovereign immunity. Speakers will discuss what happens when plaintiffs challenge whether such language in the policy preserves the sovereign immunity, how courts have handled those challenges and practical tips for how to handle such situations.
OneBeacon looks forward to participating in these sessions, as well as the additional educational and networking opportunities at this conference!
OneBeacon Financial Services is excited to be in Las Vegas this week attending the ICBA Live 2018 convention. Held annually, this national event is one of the largest gatherings of community bankers. The educational opportunities keep bankers up-to-date on latest trends affecting their banks. Stop by booth #315 to see Barbara Winsor, Craig Collins and Becky Riekofski – they are ready to talk insurance solutions for community banks!
In this article written by OneBeacon Government Risks’ Joe Garcia, he highlights the importance of fleet safety policies, and how every community emergency department should place significant emphasis on their policies. Expect the unexpected while heading to the emergency scene, because accidents happen. Read the full article here, which was published in this month’s issue of PRIMA.
The American Bankers Association (ABA) Insurance Risk Management Forum is taking place this week in Austin, TX. This conference is designed specifically for members of the financial services risk management community to help them better understand the challenges the banking industry faces, and how to meet those challenges head on.
OneBeacon Financial Services’ Craig Collins and Gary Tannenbaum are attending this week, and looking forward to the learning and networking opportunities. We hope to see you there!
Recently, our OneBeacon Government Risks team attended, sponsored and exhibited at the PRIMA conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Joe Garcia, Risk Management Specialist, also presented one of the sessions during the conference “Drone Fever—How to Treat It.” Drones have increasingly become a hot topic. During Joe’s session, he discussed the types of drones, how they’re used and how to implement the usage of drones into communities. It was a great opportunity for the team to network with their agents and clients.
This week, Financial Services’ President Craig Collins is headed to Wichita for the Kanas Bankers Association’s 2017 Economic Outlook & Risk Management Conference. He will lead a discussion about current claims and close calls that are being reported to insurers. In addition, several loss prevention strategies will be presented, and will include information on corporate account takeover, wire transfer fraud, social engineering and Ransomware. If you are headed to this conference, be sure to attend this session on Tuesday morning!
This year’s PLUS International Conference is taking place in Atlanta, GA from November 1-3, and team members from several OneBeacon businesses are looking forward to the networking opportunities and educational sessions taking place during the conference.
Jennifer Weinstein, Assistant Vice President Management Liability Claims, will participate in one of these sessions titled, “WARNING – The Internet May Be Hazardous to Employees!” This panel discussion will focus on how employers must be prepared to prevent and/or address a wide range of workplace issues arising out of the internet and social media – whether there are potential safety issues that happen in the workplace or concerns about privacy and employers using social media to find out more about employees or potential employees. The panel will address policies and procedures employers can institute to mitigate some of those exposures.
Stop by to hear the discussion on November 2!