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Cavalcade of Risk #223

Bob Wilson of Workers’ Comp Insider presents this week’s rockin’ and rhymin’ risky roundup of risk-related posts. Clever *and* informative – that’s what I call win-win.

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CoR #221

Claire Wilkinson hosts this week’s collection of post-election risk-related blog posts. Check it out at “Terms + Conditions“.

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Halloween CoR

Head over to Colorado Health Insurance Insider to take a look at the All Treats No Tricks edition of the Cavalcade of Risk.

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CoR #219

Russell Hutchinson hosts the latest edition of the Cavalcade of Risk.  You can find a terrific collection of risk-related posts including topics such as how to measure nurse value added, worker’s comp premiums, and the commercialization of drones. I would like to call out in particular Hank Stern’s article examining whether or not your health […]

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CoR #218

David Williams of the Health Business Blog hosts this week’s abbreviated – but meaty – Cavalcade of Risk. From child-proofing your vacay to unique weorker’s comp risk calculations, you’re sure to find something interesting

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CoR is up

Rebecca Shafer of AMAXX turns in another great roundup of risky posts in this week’s Cavalcade of Risk.

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CoR #216: The End of Summer Edition

Tim Dodge of iiabny makes a fine CavRisk debut with an impressive and eclectic collection of risky posts – everything from stolen kayaks to legalized marijuana. You can find the posts here: 

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CoR #215 is up

Paul Dzielinski of The DEC page makes his CavRisk debut with an excellent round-up of interesting posts, and his own helpful insights on each one. 

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CoR is up

The latest edition of the Cavalcade of Risk is up at Jaan Sidorov’s Population Health Blog. Check it out!

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Cavalcade of Risk #213

There are many types of risk. There are health risks and financial risks, systematic risk and idiosyncratic risk. And some risks are riskier than others: In this week’s edition of the Cavalcade of Risk, the best of the blog-o-sphere give their opinions on a handful of risky issues. Why do your health insurance rates increase […]

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