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Delve into the public sector risk management domain with PRIMA's Risk Management Podcast Series. This innovative, time-efficient, educational resource is designed to afford risk management professionals the opportunity to learn-on-the-go! Listen to PRIMA podcasts to remain cognizant of important issues affecting the public risk management community!
 
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Steven Clark, is WorkStrategies’ National Director at Select Medical. He explains Injury Prevention Programs and Early Symptom Intervention. He discusses the primary drivers and strategies that employers should be looking at in order to prevent or reduce incidents in the workplace: Functional Employment Testing, Educational Programs, Ergonomics, an…
 
The Neuroscience Of Mentor - Mentee RelationshipsBrent Holman, the workers’ compensation insurance program coordinator for the University of Texas System, discusses the Neuroscience of Mentor/Mentee Relationships. The benefits of mentorship date back to ancient history, such as passing on the knowledge of how to create fire. Brent Holman explains t…
 
Confidence, Culture And Conversations - Inspired Risk LeadershipThis week we’re joined by Melanie Herman; a prolific author, whos has written more than a dozen comprehensive books and resource guides and delivered countless seminars and key note presentations. She explains why risk leadership is important with providing guidance through uncertainty…
 
Ann O’Leary, Assistant Vice President of Cyber Insurance at Aon, discusses the Cyber Risks that Public Entities face, the types of Cyber Insurance that is available in the marketplace and how Sovereign Immunity changes what coverage Public Entities have. The greatest risks for Public Entities are the amount of data, type of data: personally identif…
 
Chris Mandel, President and Managing Consultant of Excellence in Risk Management LLC, explains Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) in Risk Management. Chris defines ESG and how it’s grown from sustainable development and now evolved to initiatives driving corporations and spheres of societies’ behaviors. Additionally, he discusses why ESG ma…
 
Richard Spiers is a claims consultant who’s developed and presented training programs for a variety of industry clients for 25 years.In this episode he shares the main factors in what type of media captures the greatest attention, specifically in cases around police shootings. Race, demographics of the community, how many shots fired, the timelines…
 
Chris Mandel explains the nature of emerging risks and their six components. High level of uncertainty Lack of consensus Relevance Difficult to communicate Deciding ownership of the emerging riskOften emerge in a systemic business practice and implicate a lot of the organizations’ processesHe also shares three reasons, why they’re a high priority t…
 
Melissa Steger, Associate Director of Workers’ Compensation and Unemployment Insurance, and Brianna Gilmore, a graduate student in the masters program of public administration share the importance of mentorship in Risk Management. Melissa finds mentoring a gratifying experience that also sustains and enhances the risk management sector. She shares …
 
PRIMA community participants, Amy Larson and Kurtz Braatz, explain why PRIMA Institute is a one of a kind learning opportunity for risk management professionals at every level. PRIMA Institute 2021 is a five day education program that brings top notch professionals together and creates opportunities for networking, sharing ideas, gaining industry e…
 
Chris Mandel, Founder, President and Managing Consultant for Excellence in Risk Management, LLC, discusses how workers’ compensation will look in ten years, through the lens of Dr. Richard Victor’s recently published book, “Scenarios for the 2030s: Threats and Opportunities for Workers' Compensation Systems”. There are four main forces causing the …
 
Margaret Pedona, the Risk Manager for Coconino County, Arizona discusses how to create a cyber systems incident response team. She explains how cyber crimes have become the most imminent and costly risks that public entity operations face and why a response team is essential for risk management and will save an organization precious time and effici…
 
Workers' Compensation Networks with Catherine BenavidezThis week we’re joined by Catherine Benavidez, President/CEO at Injury Management Organization. Networks did not exist in Texas, prior to 2005. She shares how their healthcare network was approved in 2006, activated in 2009 and how they’ve significantly decreased medical cost averages as well a…
 
ERM Implementation In Response To COVID - 19This week we have Sean Catanese explaining Enterprise Risk Management in response to COVID-19. Sean is the ERM Services Program Manager in King County, Washington. His office handles: tort claims filed against the County, recovering matters of responsible third parties, complex public records, requests, i…
 
Mental Health of School Personnel Amidst a Pandemic/COVID-19Cherri Lindquist, Clinical Nurse Manager at Company Nurse and Paula Allen, Global Leader, Research and Total Wellbeing and SVP at Morneau Shepell, describe the unique experience of School Personnel and how the repercussions of the pandemic have impacted their professional and personal live…
 
Workers’ Compensation Technology AdvancementsThis week we’re joined by William Zachry, he explains how technological advancements are impacting workers’ compensation and risk management. Appointed as a senior fellow of the Sedgwick Institute in 2017, he’s widely known throughout the risk management industry for his achievements within workers’ comp…
 
This week we’re joined by Kaylee Sorenson; to share the lessons learned from COVID-19 on K-12 Education. Kaylee is an Emergency Management Consultant at Ashton Tiffany LLC. This discussion includes the initial challenges of the pandemic; such as transitioning learning to online, supply chain strain, community partnerships and pressure; the shift of…
 
This week we have Karen Caterino, Public Entity Education Center of Excellence Leader-West, for Willis Towers Watson and Mark Pew, SVP of Product Development and Marketing for Preferred Medical, explaining how to navigate the professional generation gap. Karen and Mark share the cause for the talent gap, and the risks and information loss as a prod…
 
This week our speaker, James Curbeam, CPCU, ARM, AIC, is the director of risk management for the Las Vegas Valley Water District. He holds a B.S. in finance from Creighton University and an executive MBA from the University of Nebraska Omaha. James shares how to make greater progress as a society and individually for diversity, equity and inclusion…
 
Ergonomics And Working From Home with Lisa OrrFor this week’s episode, Lisa Orr, certified professional ergonomist and Human Factors Professional at Sedgwick CMS, provides a wide range of solutions for working from home. She explains specific tactics in achieving efficiency within this new normal, such as: Dedicating a specific space What to do wit…
 
This week we’re joined by Mark Morgan, President of Sherrill Morgan. He explains in-detail Pharmacy Costs - why they cost what they do and how Pharmacy Programs work today. There is a space between the Average Wholesale Price (AWP) and the Maximum Allowable Cost. This gap allows for arbitrary costs to be determined by a Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PB…
 
For this week’s episode, Kristen Smolek and Will Portello discuss social inflation, emerging tactics and best practices for public agency liability. Kristen is the Vice President of Pooling at Sedgwick and Will is the director of litigation claims at Sedgwick. They share the six main factors that contribute to social inflation, and further expand o…
 
Sy Everett and the title is The Impact of COVID-19 on Litigation and Risk Management.This week we have Sy Everett, III, a Founding Partner of Everett Doery, LLP, discussing the impact of COVID-19 on litigation and risk management. Sy shares the successes of adaptability, effective communication although remote and how technological advancements hav…
 
Josephine Copeland, VP of Managed Care Services at PMA Companies, describes how Case Management has changed its model and how it impacts public entities, as well as how to ensure your taking full advantage of the new resources available. The new face of case management incorporates technology to provide a holistic approach to the person; subsequent…
 
How Health Management Programs Impact Workers’ CompensationThis week we have Dr. Kimberly Gaston, Clinical Field Service Director at the Insurance Program Managers Group, explaining how health management programs impact workers’ compensation. IPMG is a third party administrator that works towards diminishing the number of workers' compensation clai…
 
This week we have Dr. Teresa Bartlett, Senior Medical Officer at Sedgwick, discussing how to manage infectious disease risks, specifically elaborating on COVID-19. It’s imperative to understand how to manage the ongoing risks and consequences of the crisis at hand, understanding new information about how the virus is spread, comparing the efficacy …
 
This week we have Amanda Franklin, Director of Risk Management at Wheaton College, explaining Public-Private Partnerships, and how to protect public entities. Public Private Partnerships differ greatly depending on the project - some examples can include: parks, prisons, charter schools, toll roads, university housing developments and hotels. The i…
 
On this episode, Mark Nestor, the President of Independent Consulting and Risk Management Services, will discuss Audit vs Performance Review, Reviews vs Benchmarking. Overview - the differences between an audit, performance review and a benchmarking study: Audits are an analysis under prescribed standards, normally undertaken by a qualified indepen…
 
OSHA is overseen by the Department of Labor. Their mission is to assure safe and healthful working conditions for all working men and women by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training outreach, education and assistance. As a company it's important that you understand how to comply with OSHA standards, by understanding what they me…
 
Navigating Class Action LawsuitsFrom a legal standpoint, it's valuable to understand what qualifies a class action lawsuit from traditional lawsuits. Class action lawsuits have a lot of requirements, procedural requirements, a small number of suits actually become real class action suits. For your organization, the difference in cost of a tradition…
 
PRIMA Institute 2020PRIMA Institute is a five-day intensive educational program that is aimed primarily at improving strategies and techniques in the public risk management sector. The program is developed for risk managers, corporate partners and other professionals who seek a more thorough and specialized approach to risk management. Not only are…
 
The legal definition of presumption law, how it is established in a variety of jurisdictions and the widening of the ‘first responder’ classifications amdist the COVID-19 pandemic are discussed during this podcast. As a result of the pandemic, there are now states considering legislation that will include COVID-19 in its presumption laws, as well a…
 
On this week's podcast we have Dr. Felice Carlton who is a Registered Nurse, Certified Health Coach, and Possibility Strategist, also known as “Dr. Possibility.” This award-winning transformation specialist is known for creating sustainable health changes and helping clients to achieve significant weight loss, decreased blood sugars, cholesterol le…
 
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