Aon Adds to Health Care Practice

June 8, 2005

Chicago-based Aon Corp., the world’s second-largest broker, announced that three health-care risk management veterans, Tris Gabriel, Michael Zuckerman and Mary Pulley, have joined its national health care practice.

Tris Gabriel joins Aon Healthcare as a senior vice president, the company said in a statement. With an understanding of liability issues and 17 years of experience developing and executing insurance and other risk solutions in the managed care sector,

Gabriel has detailed market knowledge and strong relationships with insurance carriers that enable him to effectively address the risk mitigation needs of managed care organizations, according to Aon. Prior to joining Aon, Gabriel served as national managed care practice leader for Marsh Inc.

Michael Zuckerman also joins Aon Healthcare as a senior vice president. In this role he will manage client relationships, support the practice group’s alternative risk transfer consulting practice, and provide team training about alternative risk and technical health-care risk management and insurance strategies. Zuckerman has spent 18 years developing alternative risk financing vehicles. He most recently served as director of risk financing and insurance at Temple University.

Mary Pulley joins Aon Healthcare as the practice’s director for the state of Indiana. As such, she will lead the company’s statewide effort, manage its sponsorship of the Indiana Hospital & Health Association, work to bring new products and markets to the state and continue to expand Aon’s client base by ensuring the highest quality product, service and resources are readily available.

With more than 17 years of service in health care for Marsh Inc., Mary has managed insurance programs for several large hospitals and has experience in forming captives, risk retention groups and risk purchasing groups for large channeled physician programs.

Topics Aon Medical Professional Liability

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