David K.A. Mordecai was invited to speak at the American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF) 2015 CEO Conference on November 10, 2015 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. He addressed the CEOs of over 20 Workers’ Compensation Insurance companies, delivering an presentation on Business Process Enhancements Along Intersections in the Insurance (and Reinsurance) Value-Chain, including a proposed long haul trucking pilot integrating ancillary data streams (e.g. telematics, wearable technology, Internet-of-Things (IoT) sensor networks and satellite remote sensing).
David Mordecai is President of Risk Economics and advises research activities at RiskEcon® Lab for Decision Metrics @ Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences NYU.
The American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds, is an association of workers’ compensation insurance companies from 26 different states, in an addition to 8 workers’ compensation boards in Canada. In the US, these companies, loosely referred to as state funds, each specialize in writing workers’ compensation insurance in a single state. Some of these companies operate as private insurance companies, whereas others act as agencies of their respective state governments. In Canada, all workers’ compensation insurance is provided through workers’ compensation boards, which have complete jurisdictional and administrative powers related to workers’ compensation in their respective provinces.
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