IN the Know, the CPCU Society Unscripted

Join host, Chris Hampshire, CPCU, an industry veteran and a CPCU Society volunteer leader, for this bi-weekly podcast featuring special guests and covering an array of topics affecting the insurance industry today. You’ll get an inside, unscripted look at how industry insiders got where they are, where they’re headed next, and how you can benefit from their experience and insight.

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Kristine A. Fox, CPCU, AIC-M, ARM

Midwest Regional Claims Manager, Property Americas Division
Sedgwick

Kristine A. Fox, CPCU, AIC-M, ARM, AIC, API, AINS, SCLA-Gold, is the Midwest regional claims manager for the Property Americas Division of Sedgwick, where she organizes deployment of field resources and oversees client accounts. Fox has over 20 years of experience in property-casualty claims, ranging from homeowners and auto losses to general liability, and has also supervised commercial trucking liability claims. She is a past president of the Omaha CPCU Society Chapter. In this episode of the In The Know podcast, Chris Hampshire and Kristi discuss all things claims, from the onset of Kristi’s career to the future of claims, how she has pivoted to become an engaging resilience speaker in the industry, and how to more effectively attract talent to the claims space.

 

Matthew Swafford, JD, CPCU

Senior Litigation Counsel, Shelter Insurance Companies

Matt Swafford is Senior Litigation Counsel at Shelter Insurance Companies, where he manages litigation across the United States for Shelter and affiliated companies and provides general counsel to Shelter’s claims branches. He practiced law in Kentucky for over ten years with a focus on insurance, business, and employment litigation, clerked for Justice Will T. Scott at the Supreme Court of Kentucky, and was a Staff Attorney for Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Barry Willett. At Northern Kentucky University – Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Matt graduated in the top ten percent of his class; was a member of the NKU Law Review’s Editorial Board; and interned for William O. Bertelsman, Federal District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky, and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio. Matt is licensed to practice in both Kentucky and Ohio (inactive), holds the Institutes’ Chartered Property Casualty Underwriting CPCU designation, and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Insurance Management at Columbia University in the City of New York. In this episode of the In The Know podcast, Chris Hampshire and Matt consider the pros and cons of litigative problem-solving in the insurance industry, how it differs from the law firm environment, and what the future of the industry may look like from a legal perspective.

 
Joe Paduda

Principal, Health Strategy Associates
Author, Managed Care Matters Blog

Joe Paduda is the principal of Health Strategy Associates and the author of the thought-provoking Managed Care Matters blog. He is also the president of CompPharma, LLC, a research and consulting firm dedicated to improving pharmacy programs in workers’ compensation. In 2012, Joe received IAIABC’s President’s Award for his efforts to address the opioid problem in workers’ compensation. He currently participates in the “Comparative Effectiveness of Two State Payer Strategies to Prevent Unsafe Opioid Prescribing” research project funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute. Before starting his consulting business in 1997, Joe held executive positions with major insurers, including Travelers, United Healthcare, and Liberty Mutual, and earned a Master of Science degree in Health Management from American University. In today’s episode of the In The Know podcast, Chris Hampshire and Joe dive into the current state of the workers' compensation space, positive changes that have already been made, and where the industry needs to go from here to remain relevant and successful.





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