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SC comp developments
The National Council on Compensation Insurance Inc. has filed for a 1.9% increase in the advisory loss cost rates in South Carolina, effective September 1. NCCI explains the proposed overall 1.9% increase is partly due to an increase in the state's average weekly wage and an 8.4% increase in...[MORE]
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Article 2107 Mark your calendars for Safe Patient Handling educational programs
The safe handling, transferring, and mobility of patients and residents is a major concern due to the risk of injury to both patients/residents, and healthcare workers. Astute observers recognize we need new concepts and tools to prevent and manage these types of injuries with innovative ...[MORE]
Article 2106 Healthcare Huddles: Collaborating Within the Captive
On Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at the William L. Yates Conference Center at SCHA, PHTS will host Healthcare Huddles: Collaborating Within the Captive, a workshop for PHLIP liability program members. Through shared member practices, expert communication advice, and national healthcare huddle ...[MORE]
Article 2105 Generic names for infants lead to errors
Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital errors by roughly a third, according to a study reported by HealthDay. Hospitals frequently identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or "Brendasboy Jones" instead of the names parents give them. The reason: A ...[MORE]
Article 2104 Criminals account for most healthcare data breaches
The Fifth Annual Benchmark Study on Privacy & Security of Healthcare Data by the Ponemon Institute shows that, for the first time, criminal attacks are the number-one root cause of healthcare data breaches. The Ponemon Institute calculated a 125% growth in these attacks over the past ...[MORE]
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Aon Consulting is among the top global human capital consulting firms, with 2008 revenues of $1.4 billion and 6,300 professionals worldwide. Aon Consulting is shaping the workplace of the future through benefits, talent management and rewards strategies and solutions. The firm was named the best employee benefit consulting firm by the readers of Business Insurance magazine in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

Medical cost management, worker productivity improvement, a focus on general health and wellness, and the need to keep the workforce satisfied all combine to make managing health and welfare a complex and challenging issue. Aon Consulting treats health and benefits like an investment rather than an expense and builds a value-based business case to help its clients quantify the impact of a robust program. Moreover, as leaders in CDH design, Aon was one of the first companies in the United States to implement a CDH plan of its own—a clear demonstration of the company’s own innovation and leadership.

Aon Consulting has also developed an industry-leading toolkit of health and welfare tools and databases to guide your program decisions. This toolkit offers continually refreshed databases that bring an unparalleled level of efficiency to vendor identification and selection. Aon Consulting’s health and welfare toolkit includes industry-leading RFI databases that contain insightful information on several thousand health and welfare plans and vendors.

By employing the full spectrum of health management programs, including health promotion and wellness, chronic condition management and care/case management, you can identify and manage major healthcare cost drivers for your entire workforce population, regardless of individual health status.

Aon Consulting has unparalleled resources to help you develop effective strategies for your health and welfare benefit programs. National, regional, and local expertise allows the company to efficiently develop customized solutions to meet the unique needs of your organization.