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    • 18 FEB 20
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    DEMYSTIFYING REPORTS: BRINGING CLARITY TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR CLAIMANTS

    DEMYSTIFYING REPORTS: BRINGING CLARITY TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR CLAIMANTS

    Insurance companies administering automobile no-fault and workers’ compensation claims understand the many intricacies that are present within nearly every claim. As an insurance company, this is crucial to your role in indemnifying your claimants. When it comes to gathering data and analyzing reports to better understand your claimants though, it can seem much more overwhelming

    • 29 JAN 20
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    Why a Personal Touch is Important in the Age of Automation

    Why a Personal Touch is Important in the Age of Automation

    The idea of automating processes and procedures is a very tempting one for most insurance companies. Automation is something that generally is presumed to make life and business transactions easier for the most part. To be certain, automating common tasks can help improve efficiency for adjusters and examiners. However, there is something to be said

    • 06 JAN 20
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    WHY UTILIZING A SINGLE PROVIDER FOR MEDICAL AND PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGEMENT HELPS WITH CLAIMANT EXPERIENCE

    WHY UTILIZING A SINGLE PROVIDER FOR MEDICAL AND PHARMACY BENEFITS MANAGEMENT HELPS WITH CLAIMANT EXPERIENCE

    Workers’ compensation and automobile no-fault claims contain a multitude of differences. However, these two types of claims also share some similarities as well. This is especially true when it comes to claims that involve the usage of both prescription medicines as well as durable medical equipment, prosthetics, and orthotics (DMEPOS) and related services.   Claims

    • 04 JAN 20
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    Why is Reporting Critical

    Why is Reporting Critical

    Among the many things an insurance company and its claims staff must do to indemnify the claimant, data and reporting aren’t necessarily the first things to come to mind. However, insurance companies working with workers’ compensation and automobile no-fault claims must gather and analyze data from their claims. Collecting data can assist with a variety