Meet our Candello Members
Candello (formerly CRICO Strategies) is a division of the Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions Incorporated, a CRICO company. Established in 1998, Candello extends CRICO’s data-informed strategy (and proprietary taxonomy) to a national community of MPL insurers, sharing a patient safety mission through broad dissemination of products and services designed to reduce medical error and malpractice exposure.
The following organizations are representative of our expanding international community who participate in our comparative database. Members includes captive and commercial medical professional liability insurers with members across the U.S.
- Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Cooper Health System (NJ)
- Healthcare Risk Advisors (NY)
- Maimonides Medical Center, Montefiore Medical Center, Mount Sinai Medical Center
- Maine Medical Center
- MedStar Health System (MD)
- Georgetown University Hospital, Washington Hospital Center
- Michigan Medicine (MI)
- Northern Light Health
- Temple University Health System (PA)
- University of California System (CA)
- UCLA, UCSF, UC Davis, UC Irvine
- University of Florida/Shands (FL)
- Shands-Gainesville, Shands-Jacksonville
- University Hospitals Health (OH)
- University of Maryland (MD)
- University of Massachusetts Memorial Health Care, Inc. (MA)
- University of New Mexico
- Cassatt RRG (PA)
- Constellation/MMIC Group, Inc. (MN)
- The Doctors Company (CA)
- MedPro Group
- Princeton Insurance Company, MedPro Group (IN)
- Medical Insurance Exchange of California (CA)
- MLMIC (NY)
- Physicians’ Reciprocal Insurers (PRI) (NY)
- SIMED (PR)
Client Case Studies
Candello offers a number of risk solutions that deliver the highest degree of insight and data integrity.
Our case studies provide examples of how we work with organizations to help them pinpoint their unique vulnerabilities, accurately prioritize needs, support resourcing, and mobilize solutions that will dramatically reduce medical errors, mitigate financial loss, and minimize harm.
The publication showcase shares some of the exemplary publications our clients produce. Analysis of their claims data has enabled these organizations to provide meaningful education to their providers.
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We’ve found such value by looking through the lens of this unique data set, and while it’s transformed our perspectives on improving patient care on a local and regional level, we think these data can actually help solve this problem on a national scale. We feel an obligation to share our newfound awareness of this problem on a national stage.
Laurie Drill-Mellum, MD Constellation