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MINNEAPOLISING Reinsurance is now providing access to two publications offered through its ROSE programthe ROSE Resource Newsletter and the ROSEBUD Fast Factsonline via its Web site.
No user ID or password is required to gain access to materials in the two publications at the www.ingreinsurance.com site.
The ROSE Resource Newsletter is a quarterly publication for medical case management professionals. It regularly highlights case management issues along with the latest developments in technology and medical management. Recent articles have addressed such topics as HIV, perinatology, neonatology, oncology and disease management.
The newsletter also includes information on upcoming conferences and educational programs, market research and other resources offered through ING Reinsurance's ROSE program.
Through a new feature, the ROSE Resource Q&A, ING Reinsurance clients can submit industry-related questions on any topic, including care coordination, maximizing resources, claims administration and managing membership risk.
The ROSEBUD Fast Facts publications discuss topics related to perinatal and neonatal case management. Articles are written by ROSEBUD physician consultants on a bimonthly basis. Recent topics have included information on diabetes during pregnancy and care of the infant of a diabetic mother.
The Reinsurance Outcomes and Service Experts, or ROSE program, was created in 1984, and is designed to help ING Reinsurance clients manage catastrophic medical and disability claims. ROSE services are available to ING Reinsurance clients as an endorsement to the reinsurance contract.