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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Owning a Home Healthcare Agency Can Be Risky Business.

Written on July 25, 2013 at 5:06 pm, by

“Should I stay or should I go?” is the question many elderly people are starting to ask themselves – meaning “Do I really want to leave the home I’ve lived in for 40 years and head off to a facility with skilled nurses to care for me or can I actually find someone to care  Continue Reading »

Ultra Risk Advisors: Focused in the Healthcare Industry

Written on July 11, 2013 at 4:40 pm, by

Featured in the ProgramBusiness Newsletter Posted on 11 Jul 13 by Annie George In our Backstory column this week, we’re featuring storefront, Ultra Risk  Advisors, insurance program administrators specializing in providing key segments within the Healthcare industry with liability, malpractice and proactive  risk management. Their areas of focus include: Small Healthcare  Accounts, Medical Imaging,  Non-Standard   Continue Reading »

Ultra Risk Advisors Rolls out Informational Video Series.

Written on July 10, 2013 at 5:02 pm, by

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bellevue, Wash. – July 1, 2013 – Ultra Risk Advisors (formerly NSU Healthcare), a national insurance program manager, is rolling out a new series of informational videos, highlighting the company’s specialized programs for healthcare facilities and professionals. “We provide as much useful information as possible to our retail broker partners – not  Continue Reading »

Mark Walker Promoted to Vice President

Written on July 10, 2013 at 5:02 pm, by

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bellevue, Wash. – July 9, 2013 – Chris Randall, President and CEO of Ultra Risk Advisors (formerly NSU Healthcare), announced today that Mark Walker has been promoted to the position of vice president. “It’s a pleasure to see our people grow with our organization. Mark has done an outstanding job as a  Continue Reading »

Connecting the Dots Between Recidivism and Medical Malpractice Claims in Correctional Facilities

Written on July 10, 2013 at 4:13 pm, by

One of the risks facing correctional healthcare professionals is recidivism. There is a correlation between higher rates of recidivism and increased medical malpractice claims. Recidivism is the term used for individuals who have been incarcerated for a crime who then repeat the illegal behavior after being released from jail or prison. Studies show that recidivism  Continue Reading »