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The Centre for Insurance Studies held its sixth annual PMI conference on 5th October 2001 in The Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin. The conference entitled ‘Managing health risk and the role of insurance in the acute healthcare sector’ brought together all of the key stakeholders, senior clinicians, insurers, medical management and policy makers to discuss and evaluate the current status and important prospective developments in this field.

The conference provided a review both of existing risk management practices as well as new models and benchmarks for evaluation of ‘best of world’ performance metrics and clinical audit. Topics included keynote speeches on ‘Healthcare risk management: a new dialogue with insurers’ by David O’Connor, FIA, director of risk management, Allianz Ireland and ‘Securing the finance of healthcare provision and the concept of managed care including medical risk’ by Dr. Jan Boetius, chairman of the Board of Management, Deutsche Krankenversicherung AG. Bernard Minsky, head of global custody and international risk management, Goldman Sachs, London also spoke on ‘Benchmarking for excellence: can healthcare risk management benchmark from risk metrics in financial markets’. Professor Ray Kinsella, director of the Centre for Insurance Studies chaired the conference.
For more details please contact the Centre for Insurance Studies on 353-1-716-8830.

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