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By Brock Baldwin, 06/02/2020
Let’s assume you’re a federal contractor and you’ve found the perfect job to bid. You’re capable and competitive so it should be a cake walk. Not so much. The only issue is that the solicitation says that performance and payment bonds will be required. If you’ve never been bonded...
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By Guy Sansom, 05/27/2020
Ever since ship owners first started meeting at Edward Lloyd’s coffee house over 300 years ago, insurance in London, particularly Lloyd’s, has been conducted on a face-to-face basis. In truth, this has provided London underwriters and brokers a distinct advantage. No matter the size or complexity of a...
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By Cathy Knopf, 05/26/2020
The 2020 monthly webinars focus on best practice approaches, regulatory updates, operational and risk management techniques to help senior living communities better care for their residents and staff while protecting their business. We invite you to join our specialists at these upcoming exclusive...
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05/20/2020
Earlier this week, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published finalized 2021 Benefit Payment Parameters with an $8,550 out-of-pocket maximum for self-only coverage and $17,100 for family coverage for health plans beginning in 2021. See the 5/14/2020 Federal Register publication here. Under the...
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By Alyssa Blake, CPRIA, 05/19/2020
When looking at coverage limits, you may question why your home’s value is so much higher than the current construction cost or that of purchasing a new home of like kind and quality. The difference between the market value and the insured value/reconstruction costs are due to the difference in costs that...
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By Ashley Johnson, Lisa Salter, 05/18/2020
While COVID-19 continues to impact our economy, business income coverage, sometimes referred to as business interruption coverage, has become a widely popular topic in the insurance industry. As many business owners struggle to keep their businesses afloat, several questions have emerged on how insurance policies...
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Under normal circumstances, maintaining appropriate nursing staff levels to deliver quality resident care is a daily struggle. Add in severe weather, flu outbreak or a pandemic and the scales are tipped. Traditionally, senior living healthcare communities shy away from utilizing agency nursing staff due to high...
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By Greg Stock, 05/12/2020
2020 has been a year the aviation community will not soon forget, and we’re not even halfway through. In January, we started hearing about something called the coronavirus, though even through February we weren’t entirely sure what to make of it. Then came March roaring in like a lion, tearing through...
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By Kelly Hagan, 05/06/2020
We are all looking forward to the day that we can reopen our businesses to our employees and customers following the COVID-19 virus. As we begin to think about bringing employees back to work, we need to consider how to re-onboard employees. While the decisions we make will include health and safety issues and...
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By Kristy Dickens, 05/05/2020
Even though your organization likely has always had the required Infection Control Program in place, your team had very little time to prepare for the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 outbreak. Many senior living communities have already encountered their first positive test result, but others have been fortunate...
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