OneBeacon Healthcare Announces New Team Members

December 13, 2016

We are excited to welcome these experienced underwriters to the Healthcare team.

OneBeacon Healthcare Appoints New Leadership Team

August 10, 2016

We are pleased to announce a number of new appointments to our leadership team.

OneBeacon 2016 College Scholarship Applications Available

March 25, 2016

We are excited to announce that we are once again awarding 16 college scholarships for the upcoming academic year funded through OneBeacon’s Charitable Trust.

Local Contributions at Work

March 24, 2016

Steve Spina, President OneBeacon Healthcare Group, and Darlene Bailey Operations Executive at OneBeacon, recently presented a check for $3,000 from the OneBeacon Charitable Trust to the President and CEO of Foodshare, James Arena-DeRosa.

Patty Hughes to Participate on Panel at PLUS Medical

Conference

Patty Hughes, Senior Vice President, Risk Management, will participate on a panel titled, "Bitter Pill to Swallow: The Painful Liability Exposures Presented by Opioids."

Opioid use is a national crisis in the US with multidimensional implications for healthcare providers, employers, law enforcement, patients and families. A $17.6 million dollar verdict against a physician and his employer spelled out how expensive this emerging exposure is becoming. Explore the issues involved and solutions needed to be better equipped to address this ominous trend in medical professional liability.

Patty Hughes Speaking at Local ASHRM Chapter Event

Conference

Senior Vice President and Risk Manager Patty Hughes is participating on a panel titled, "Risk Managing Midwifery Practices," at the New England Regional Healthcare Risk Management Conference.

The practice of Midwifery is thousands of years old and still evolving. In the U.S. there are Licensed Midwives, Certified Nurse Midwives, Certified Midwives, Certified Professional Midwives, Direct Entry Midwives and Traditional Midwives. According to the Midwives Alliance of North America, slightly more than 10% of births in the U.S. are attended by midwives. Midwives may practice in private homes, clinics, birth centers, and hospitals, and in addition to maternity care they provide primary women’s health care.