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Being prepared in the event of an earthquake

Spring will be here soon and there will be many articles published to prepare you for severe weather season. There is a debate between those who live in the path of storms and those who live in earthquake prone areas- which is worse? Do you want to have some potential warning or none, other than when the ground starts shaking? What we do know is there is no such thing as earthquake weather or an earthquake season.  Over time, stress accumulates in the Earth’s crust at the plate boundaries

There's more to loss adjusting than technical skill

Diego Ascani, Sedgwick CEO in Australia is interviewed in this article on page 36.

Improved decision making:Three keys to getting value from data analytics

Sedgwick Sr Vice President Managed Care Program Outcomes George Furlong contributed this article

Comp payers in the weeds on dosage, payments for medical pot

Sedgwick's Senior Vice President of Medical Quality Dr. Theresa Bartlett contributed to this article

Resilience and the next flood

Sedgwick National Technical Manager Ian Gibbs authored this article on page 18

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Sedgwick releases 2018 Fraud Management end of year report

The report captures the award-winning work of Sedgwick’s Investigation Services team, which in total saved over £47m last year when handling claims for its clients.

Dave North Named UofM Board of Trustees Chairman

North is Sedgwick's president and chief executive officer, a position he has held since 1995.

Emerging risks soon to make the radar

A CEO I once worked for used to regularly ask me, “Tell me what I don’t know.” In his view, he could read the Wall Street Journal or any number of other typical sources of intelligence and information about running organizations, just like me as his senior risk leader. What he was most concerned about, as are most CEOs, board members and other key risk stakeholders, are the things once described by Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of Defense, following 911. That is:     

WorkWise: How to balance work and recovery

Mark Debus, Sedgwick clinical behavioral health specialist, is quoted in the article

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Sedgwick launches strategy for long-term growth in Hong Kong

The company also established new long-term targets, reaffirmed its current capabilities and defined growth strategies for Hong Kong, one of the company’s key markets in Asia.

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Sedgwick enhances its UK specialty portfolio with media and entertainment services

The Sedgwick media and entertainment team will enhances the scope of Sedgwick’s services and is a another step in its continued growth and expansion into new sectors.

Accommodating an aging workforce

I recently read an article that sparked some debate on Twitter while also illustrating how we can all think a little bigger about accommodations for the aging workforce. The article put a spotlight on the case of a woman with early-onset dementia who worked for a supermarket. While the woman’s doctor and family believed she was at a point in her disease where she would need to leave the workforce, her employer had a more creative take on finding ways for her to remain at work. For months beyond

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Sedgwick to unveil Sightline at the 2019 Insights conference

Sightline is a cloud-based technology for the repair and restoration industry

Sedgwick acquires Insight Adjusters and Surveyors in Singapore

Insight is an independent loss adjuster headquartered in Singapore. The company serves clients across the region, from Japan and Korea to Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand.

Supply chain risk insurance – An unknown maze?

The risk landscape is continuously changing. However, business interruption including supply chain risk continues to remain as one of the top three risks businesses face for the seventh year in a row.[i] Most businesses operate within a complex supply chain web and a break in any part of that structure can cause tremendous financial losses. Traditional property damage/business interruption (PD/BI) policies are not tailored to cope with the extent and nature of a supply chain interruption. There

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