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Risk Management by Design
The Risk Authority Stanford is incubating risk management solutions using design thinking; that means elevating end users into key roles in addressing health care risk exposures.
In a recent issue of Risk & Insurance, read about how The Risk Authority Stanford is using design thinking to address health care risk exposures in unique ways.
The Risk Authority Stanford’s Claims and Litigation division operates a Quality Management System (QMS) and has received full certification in compliance with ISO 9001:2008. The Claims and Litigation division was independently audited and verified by SAI Global to conform to the specific requirements necessary to achieve this distinction. TRA Stanford’s Claims and Litigation QMS ISO 9001:2008 registration adds yet another level of credibility, trust and prestige to The Risk Authority Stanford’s suite of risk management products, services and solutions.
TRA’s experts describe how to improve and modernize captive insurance vehicles. The Risk Authority Stanford received the 2015 US Captive Service Award for Best Captive Healthcare Specialist, presented by Captive Review. This honor is given to firms that show true signs of innovation in the captive and risk sectors and provide exceptional levels of service and contributions to the industry. “The Risk Authority Stanford proved itself to be a high quality specialist in healthcare and alternative risk transfer. Well experienced in risk management, TRA Stanford was able to demonstrate its deep involvement with captives both onshore and offshore and highlighted examples of a number of successfully implemented programs.” Read More
Jeffery Driver, Chief Risk Officer of The Stanford University Medical Center and CEO of The Risk Authority Stanford, was a recipient of the Risk All Stars Award by Risk & Insurance for his continued excellence in the field of Healthcare Risk Management. Mr. Driver has long been a proponent of industry-wide advancements, and this prestigious award is a confirmation of his contributions. Read More