FEBRUARY 03, 2020 10:23 AM (EST)
Best's Review Examines Insurance Education
| ||Patricia Vowinkel |
Executive Editor, Best’s Review®
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The February issue of Best’s Review presents the leading risk management and insurance programs in U.S. colleges and universities.
- “College Standouts,” reports that Middle Tennessee State University was the top vote-getter in Best’s Review’s poll of top risk management and insurance programs. The university provides students with real-world experiences, such as study abroad, plus internships and part-time job opportunities within the industry.
- In “Beyond the Classroom,” industry professionals offer their ideas about what college risk management and insurance programs could do to better prepare students for careers in these fields.
Also in the February issue:
- “Casualty Catastrophe,” looks at how insurers are headed toward a crisis after underpricing casualty risk for a decade.
- In “Change in Diagnosis,” observers say the medical liability market is beginning to harden as higher jury awards, eroding tort reform sink in.
- To change the industry’s image, managers must be open to hiring people who look different than them. Learn more in, “Beyond Looks.”
- “Gaining Insight,” examines how epigenetics can uncover how poor health habits can affect future wellness and is being viewed as a potentially powerful underwriting tool.
- Health insurers made the biggest moves in Best’s Rankings of the “World’s Largest Insurers.”
Full access to the complete content of Best’s Review is available at www.bestreview.com.
AM Best is a global credit rating agency, news publisher and data analytics provider specializing in the insurance industry. Headquartered in the United States, the company does business in over 100 countries with regional offices in New York, London, Amsterdam, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore and Mexico City.