The fall C-suite Hospital Insurance Forum (HIF) Conference was held in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Even with the impending approach of Hurricane Florence, we still managed to get through the bulk of the informative and packed agenda.  This conference never disappoints.  Here are some of the highlights.

Leading Through Change “Organizational health will one day surpass all other disciplines in business as the greatest opportunity for improvement and competitive advantage.” Allison Cornelius Black from Blackfish Consulting talked about the two requirements for success and left us wanting more.  Click here for more information.

Integration Risks & Opportunities  John Goodnow shared how Benefits is successfully implementing integrated risk, and it shows.  They are one of the few health systems operating at breakeven on Medicare. They are also giving back to their employees, patients, and communities.

Insurance Disruption  John Matley from Deloitte shared five things to remember as we consider how disruptive forces are changing the insurance industry.  Want to know what they are?  Click here for more information.

Unleashing EHR to Manage Risk – According to Arvind Kumar and Mark Dente of PWC, “Healthcare organizations are realizing a patient safety ROI by shifting to leading indicators of risk and employing EHR  controls.” There is a shift in the approach to proactively managing risk, and that has a direct impact on the bottom line for healthcare providers.

Inspirien is rethinking the way our customers approach risk.  We have developed programs to help healthcare providers become risk ready by offering proactive risk management solutions.  Inspirien helps you assess your risk appetite and then offers risk financing options to meet your needs.   Click here for a customized assessment for your medical malpractice coverage, because you could be leaving money on the table.

If you are interested in hearing more about any of these topics or just want to learn about the benefits of HIF, contact and reference HIF conference in the subject line.

Article contributed by Margaret Nekic.