This is the second in a series of five brief articles on key data issues identified by several prominent risk managers at leading UK and European companies. In April, they participated in a roundtable on future-proofing management information (MI). The event was co-hosted by Gallagher Basset and Origami Risk.
With approximately 400 elementary and high school districts across Montana participating in its self-funded and self-administered workers’ compensation pool, in addition to 147 of the state’s school districts in its self-insured property and liability pool, the Montana Schools Group Insurance Authority (MSGIA) sought a technology-based system to dramatically improve its outdated, disparate claims data capture, analytical and reporting tools.
Several prominent risk managers at leading UK and European companies recently participated in a roundtable—co-hosted by Gallagher Basset and Origami Risk—on future-proofing management information (MI). “Risk Managers Speak About the Challenges of Values Collection” is the first in a series of five articles that cover key data issues and opportunities identified during the discussion.
To download “Risk Managers Speak About the Challenges of Values Collection”, click here.
For a summary of the roundtable, click here.