Category: General

Social Engineering may be the greatest cybersecurity risk

Social Engineering may be the greatest cybersecurity risk Written by Mints Insurance and DFDR Consulting The single most effective weapon the modern hacker has in their toolkit is your users. That is the reality of the world today. Whether it is delivery of ransomware through email, stealing credentials or breaching your physical perimeter and planting a […]

The Insurance Denial Disaster

The Insurance Denial Disaster Published by Addiction Unscripted<img src=”” style=”display:none” height=”1″ width=”1″ alt=”” /><img height=”1″ width=”1″ style=”display:none” src=”″ /> Written By Frank A. Jones &  Frank Greenagel For over a decade, we have both seen many insurance companies deny payment for addiction treatment services (one of us is a licensed clinical social worker, while the […]

Cyber Security in Healthcare: a Time to Act

Cyber Security in Healthcare: a Time to Act September 2015/ Fidelis Cybersecurity Why healthcare is especially vulnerable to cyberattacks, and how it can protect data and mitigate risk At a time of well-publicized incidents of cybersecurity breaches across all industries and government agencies, the healthcare industry—both providers and payers—are especially at risk. According to the U.S. Department […]

Defensible Medicine Slashes Malpractice Premiums

Defensible Medicine Slashes Malpractice Premiums January 29, 2015 | Physicians Practice By James Doulgeris Defensive medicine makes it more likely that you will be sued. Defensible medicine? Now, that puts you on malpractice insurers’ “A” lists. Here’s how. Just the possibility of being sued for malpractice is so powerful that billions in malpractice premiums are […]

The Current Malpractice Insurance Market: Coverage Red Flags for Docs

By Jeffrey D. Brunken There is both promise and peril in today’s insurance marketplace. Promise, because intensified competition drives lower cost, innovation, and new product development. But it’s also perilous as intense competition can lead to substandard products, reduced service, and even careless underwriting. These can quickly lead to insurer financial trouble and ultimately, risk […]