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Can Your Indemnity Pass the Attorney Test?
Monday, June 10, 2019, 3:00-4:15pm (Sarasota 2 and 3)
William Portello, York | Joe Costamagna, York
What are the legal realities of contractual risk transfer? This session will review the practical effects of indemnity language and the insurance coverage requirements for claims, coverage demands, settlement negotiations and trials. We’ll also share scenarios to highlight the importance of properly constructing indemnity language for public agencies when entering agreements with contractors, consultants and vendors.
The Virtual Doctor Will See You Now
Wednesday, June 12th 9:00-10:15am (Gainesville 1 and 2)
Devora Brainard, York | Ann Schnure, Concentra
Telemedicine in health insurance is on the rise, but how do the benefits of this concept transfer to workers’ compensation? How is our growing comfort using virtual tools to connect opening new doors in telemedicine? In this session, we’ll review the ways telemedicine is working in workers’ comp today and provide a demo of how injured workers access telemedicine physicians.
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Medical Roundtables: A Better Way to Resolve Tough Issues that Hinder Resolution and Outcomes
Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 3:15-4:30pm
Brenda Calia, York | Suzie Burdette, York
This interactive session will explore the advantages of using medical roundtables as a resource and share the key components to a strong medical roundtable — including who should be involved, how it should be planned and who should facilitate. We’ll also discuss how a team can work collaboratively to make strategic and tactical decisions and how the right approach can be applied to other claims in the future to ensure success.
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Captive Insurance: Friend or Foe
Thursday, June 13, 2019, 1:30–3:30pm
Jim Podesva, York | Rebecca Bartoletti, Liberty Specialty Markets | Kevin Hutcheon, Argo Global
This panel will address the best practices for, and potential pitfalls of, dealing with captive insurers. We’ll discuss how specific provisions in the reinsurance wording can impact the adjustment and payment of claims, as well as the legal ramifications of including (or not) cut-through or claims control clauses in the reinsurance agreement. We’ll also identify the impact of non-concurrencies in reinsurance wording and their effect on the application of such clauses to the broader market.
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York’s Partnership with the Center for Healthcare Organization Transformation (CHOT)
Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 3:30–4:15pm (Ballroom)
Bijan Bijarchi, York