The business of risk is changing. We’re all too happy to help it along. A group of entrepreneurs from the very start, our company was founded to provide doctors and clinicians in Alabama an alternative to the high-priced medical malpractice premiums rampant in the early 2000s. Now…what’s changed? Well, not enough as far as we’re concerned. We’re spearheading a number of initiatives that we hope will be game-changers when it comes to the way people think about, manage, and finance risk.
Innovating in Healthcare Risk
Healthcare risk is just about as high-stakes as you can get. If we think big and act big in one of our country’s most highly-regulated, expensive industries just imagine how we’d tackle other business risks. How are we pushing our industry to “Rethink Risk”?
We’re Saying Enough is Enough
It’s not often that the CEO of a medical malpractice insurance company comes out saying that the industry needs to take a risk and shift its paradigm of thinking. Read our CEO’s view of the industry, and why now more than ever it is time to “Rethink Risk” or be disrupted by those who do.
Our CEO's view of the industry
Piloting Better Risk Management
In 2017, Inspirien launched a pilot program to test a radical new approach to risk management with some of our clients. The results have been inspiring. Check out our white paper to learn more.
Starting Our Own StartUp
That’s right. We’ve been in stealth mode working with a team of tech experts to found a startup business that leverages machine learning AI to help better manage insurance claims. More details coming soon.
Have an Idea?
We’re all about taking smart risks. Get in touch with us if you want to talk about how we can disrupt the insurance industry. Our Chief Innovation Officer, Kathy Freyman, is the way in. Please send your inquiries and pitch decks to email@example.com.
“The staff at Inspirien go above and beyond to help you with any issue that you have. They are so well educated on the latest issues.”
Nedra Dunn, RN
Quality Assurance, CM, EH, RM | Crewnshaw Community Hospital
“The best part about working with Inspirien is their expert advice and guidance is only a phone call or email away. Whenever I have a question, I know I will get the most up-to-date answer available.”
Adam Dubose, RN, CIC, RH-CBS
Assistant Director of Nursing | Bullock County Hospital
“It’s also important that organizations select a partner to assist them in thoroughly evaluating potential carriers who understand risk management, who focus on education and will stand beside their clients during turbulent circumstances.”
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