Jeff Driver, Esq.

Jeff Driver, Esq.

John Littig, ARM

John Littig, ARM

Jeff Driver, CEO of The Risk Authority Stanford, and John Littig, CFUO of The Risk Authority Stanford, wrote an article for Captive Visions e-magazine which is featured in the Winter 2016 issue. In this article Jeff and John discuss improving and modernizing healthcare captive insurance vehicles to achieve maximum performance. 

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By: Jeff Driver, CEO

Jeff has more than 25 years of experience as a risk management professional and has managed the enterprise risk in community, tertiary and academic medical centers. A frequent speaker and author on risk management issues, Jeff has expertise in incorporating and managing subsidiary insurance companies, and assuring organization corporate compliance, as well as in claims and litigation management, patient safety and loss control, employment practices consulting, and the development, reorganization and implementation of alternate risk financing programs.

Jeff currently serves as the chief executive officer for The Risk Authority Stanford, and as the chief risk officer of Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health. Before joining Stanford, he was chief risk officer and director of regulatory advocacy at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

By: John Littig, CFUO

John serves as the chief finance and underwriting officer for The Risk Authority Stanford as well as the Vice President of Risk Finance for Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health.

 John has more than 12 years of experience as a healthcare risk finance professional with experience creating and operating self-insurance trusts, reciprocal risk retention groups and direct issue captives, as well as domestic and offshore captives. John is responsible for procuring and maintaining all property and casualty coverages for the Stanford University Medical Network.

John began his career at Aon Risk Services in the Rotational Development Program and was honored as an Excellence Roundtable attendee in 2010. 

John was co-author and co-creator of Aon’s Healthcare Captive Benchmark Study, which analyzed over 100 healthcare captives and benchmarked them on a number of key metrics.

 John is a graduate of Miami University (Ohio), has been recognized as an Associate in Risk Management by the Insurance Institute of America and is a licensed property and casualty insurance broker in the state of California.