KPMg, the global medical insurer, is a well-known, high-profile employer.
The company has made headlines in recent months for its role in a scandal that led to a criminal investigation of a senior manager and her son, and a probe into how the firm managed claims for the company’s employees.
The case has also raised questions about how KPMs policies on medical malpractice are enforced.
In recent months, KPMGs corporate headquarters have been in New York, and the company is also a member of the Association of American Medical Colleges, the largest medical education association in the country.
KPMGS is the largest private medical insurer in the United States and has its headquarters in the nation’s capital.
As the nation and the world have watched KPM’s CEO, David Cole, face questions about a $8.7 million salary, the company has taken the unusual step of releasing the names of two employees it believes were killed by the firm’s faulty health-care work, a move that is raising more questions than it answers.
The names of these two employees, both from New York and who had been working for KPM, have not been released.
“We believe the company knows about these deaths,” the company said in a statement, adding that it has taken immediate steps to ensure the safety of its workers.
Kpmg has long had a reputation as a high-performing employer.
In its annual report, the group says it provides “equitable compensation for employees who meet all criteria for inclusion in the company.”
KPM is not the only major health insurer to have faced scrutiny over its medical-malpractice policies.
The Associated Press reviewed data from more than a dozen major insurers from 2006 through 2017, which included all of the companies’ internal medical-insurance data, to determine whether the company was consistently complying with its obligations.
All but three of the insurers reviewed did not meet the AP’s standards, according to data compiled by the AP.
The AP’s review found that many of the top-performing insurers in the survey failed to follow the AP guidelines for medical-injury liability claims.
The majority of the big insurers, however, did not follow the standards the AP required.
The data was reviewed by a group of AP reporters, who compared it with the same data from other sources.
The biggest companies in the AP review did not have to comply with the AP standards, but all but one of them failed to meet the criteria for liability claims, according, in some cases, to a lack of information or data.
The top 10 insurers did not even have to meet all the standards of the AP to have their practices be deemed in compliance with them.
A few of the biggest insurers did comply with some or all of their own guidelines, according.
The average percentage of insurers who did not comply with AP guidelines varied from 40 percent to 70 percent.
The industry’s failure to meet its own standards was the most glaring omission of the data reviewed by the Associated Press.
While many insurers, including KPM and Cigna, did provide data on medical-care workers’ injuries and deaths, many of these data did not include information on the extent of the injuries and whether the claims were made out of malice, negligence or recklessness.
The companies also did not provide data about the number of workers who were injured or killed.
A 2014 study by the Government Accountability Office found that most insurers did report a record number of worker deaths and injuries in their internal reports.
But the GAO study also found that the insurers reported fewer deaths and more injuries than they actually reported.
A KPM report from 2016 reported that, of the roughly 3,000 workers who filed claims for medical mal-practice, only 1,500 were identified as having died.
Of the 1,564 claims that KPM acknowledged had been made, the researchers found only three deaths and one injury, including one worker who was not injured.
The report found that K PMG has not made its data on worker injuries and death publicly available, but the company did release an email that was obtained by the ABC that included information about the injuries.
K PMs spokesperson, Sarah Jones, said that the company does not provide information about employee injuries and fatalities to the public and does not believe it should be required to do so.
She also noted that the report, like other reports KPM has released, included data on the number and type of claims made and a breakdown of whether claims were filed out of negligence, negligence, recklessness or negligence, according the AP data.
K PmG did not respond to an interview request for this article.
KPC, another company that has faced criticism over its practices, did report on worker deaths but did not make its data public.
KP, a subsidiary of KPM that has its own issues, did release data on claims made.
The Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan