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    • 10 NOV 19
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    Pre-Authorization Improves Retention Rates & Helps the Bottom Line

    Pre-Authorization Improves Retention Rates & Helps the Bottom Line

    Insurance companies that do not currently take advantage of the benefits of pre-authorization are missing out on several significant advantages. Implementing pre-authorization processes on every single automobile no-fault claim has the potential to improve your overall retention rates as well as save your company significant dollars, both of which add up to help the bottom

    • 08 NOV 19
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    CAN CLAIMANT EXPERIENCE AFFECT RENEWALS?

    CAN CLAIMANT EXPERIENCE AFFECT RENEWALS?

    The primary responsibility of your insurance company is of course to indemnify your claimants. However, taking a look at the claimant experience has the potential to become another top priority for your adjusters and examiners administering both automobile no-fault and workers’ compensation claims. The claimant experience represents many opportunities to not only help the claimant

    • 08 OCT 19
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    THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC AND WHAT NORTHWOOD IS DOING ABOUT IT

    THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC AND WHAT NORTHWOOD IS DOING ABOUT IT

    The crisis and epidemic surrounding prescription opioid drugs makes a nearly constant appearance in the news as of late. There are court cases involving manufacturers of these drugs and some doctors have even been convicted of improperly prescribing opioids to their patients. The statistics on opioid overdoses and deaths are both staggering and highly alarming.

    • 04 OCT 19
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    How Contracting with Northwood Provides Advantages with Automobile No-Fault Reform

    How Contracting with Northwood Provides Advantages with Automobile No-Fault Reform

    The subject of Michigan’s automobile no-fault coverage reform has been a prominent one in the last few months especially. Michigan’s auto no-fault coverage has been more unique and slightly more complex than many other states’ coverages. Prior to the proposed reform, the residents of Michigan could draw upon unlimited medical benefits if they were injured