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Telemedicine is on the Rise and it Could Transform the Way We Seek Care

Gene Pompili

Telemedicine – talking to a health care professional by phone or video – has been around for years, but it was slow to catch on as people preferred in-person appointments. Then the pandemic stepped in. During the pandemic, people were encouraged to use telemedicine to avoid coming in contact with…

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Organizations are Making Progress on Equity in the Workplace, but There’s More Work to Do

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Have you ever felt excluded from the conversation at work or that the playing field is so uneven that not everyone has equal access and opportunity to succeed? You’re not alone. Equity in the workplace was the topic of a constructive conversation for an event hosted by Oswald’s Women’s Leadership…

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How to Get in the Driver’s Seat on Prescription Drug Costs

Prescription drugs are a crucial component of health care, with millions of Americans relying on their medications to manage chronic conditions, recover from illnesses and improve their quality of life. However, the cost of prescription drugs can be prohibitively expensive, especially for those without insurance or with limited financial resources.…

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When it Comes to Insurance Limits for Architects and Engineers, $5 Million is the New $1 Million

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Owners are asking architects and engineers to have higher insurance limits just in case something goes wrong, as noted in Oswald’s Spring State of the Market report. Instead of the usual $1 million limit, owners are demanding $5 million and $10 million limits. The problem is those higher limits might…

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[Video] Exploring the Benefits of University School Joining the Independent School Benefits Consortium™ (ISBC)

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Watch as Gene Pompili, vice president, risk leader, employee benefits at Oswald Companies, speaks with David Wright, CFO of University Schools, about the affect ISBC has had on University Schools’ employees who have joined the health plan.  

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Protecting Your Business on the Road: The Importance of Hired and Non-Owned Auto Insurance

Wanda Mondry

Sometimes business just can’t be completed without getting in the car. Chances are your employees use their own vehicles to meet clients, go to the bank, pick up lunch for the office, or make a quick trip to the store for supplies. All make for a smoother workday. But there’s…

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With a Wide Range of Age Demographics in the Workforce, Flexibility is Key to Recruiting, Retaining Employees

There is currently a wide range of ages in the workforce — people with a variety of backgrounds and beliefs — so it can be tough to create a culture that all want to be part of. Thankfully, useful trends are emerging. To compete for employees in 2022, companies had…

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Cybersecurity is a Necessary Journey, Not a Destination

There has been a significant shift in underwriting cyber liability insurance in the past three years, mostly driven by substantial claims. As the cyber liability market begins to stabilize from a pricing standpoint, the scrutiny on cybersecurity controls hasn’t lessened. Underwriting standards continue to increase and evolve along with the…

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[May 17 Event] Business Continuity Planning and Crisis Management: Legal Considerations and Best Practices

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Many problems can stop your business in its tracks – supply chain issues, worker shortage or strike, acts of nature. Join Oswald for a roundtable discussion, Wednesday, May 17 at 3:00 p.m. at Kenwood Country Club Cincinnati, on best practices and legal considerations when problems arise. Learn how to investigate…

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Managing Your Health Spend with Claims Data

It’s More Than Just Numbers on a Sheet The clock starts the day your health plan renews, and how you use your claims data throughout the year can have a (positive or negative) financial impact on your next renewal. Data is only as valuable as what you do with it.…

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