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    • 26 JUL 19
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    UNDERSTANDING MICHIGAN’S UPDATED NO-FAULT LAWS

    UNDERSTANDING MICHIGAN’S UPDATED NO-FAULT LAWS

    Michigan has a complex history of automobile no-fault insurance. Generally, the  unlimited  medical benefits for claimants have both positive and challenging aspects and have been the topic of many discussions in the industry. As of this past spring, Michigan’s Legislature created a new law that fundamentally changes portions of no-fault coverage for claimants in the

    • 24 JUL 19
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    Working with Northwood as a Durable Medical Equipment Benefits Manager

    Working with Northwood as a Durable Medical Equipment Benefits Manager

    Administering claims that involve injured claimants requiring the use of durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics and medical supplies (DMEPOS) or pharmacy services can quickly become complicated and costly. Catastrophic injuries often carry even more complexities that, if not managed efficiently, may significantly drive up the cost of claims for your insurance company. Partnering with a

    • 12 JUL 19
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    NOTICE OF DATA PRIVACY EVENT

    NOTICE OF DATA PRIVACY EVENT

    Northwood recently discovered an incident that may affect the security of personal information of certain individuals, including those who received durable medical equipment either supplied or managed by Northwood. We take this incident very seriously, and we have been working diligently with the assistance of third-party forensic investigators to determine the full nature and scope of this incident. We are taking additional actions to strengthen the security of our email systems moving forward.

    • 27 JUN 19
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    CUSTOMIZED REPORTING REDUCES CLAIMS COSTS

    CUSTOMIZED REPORTING REDUCES CLAIMS COSTS

    Throughout the claims administration process, there are myriad data points to track and measure. This wealth of data can feel overwhelming to insurance companies administering workers’ compensation and automobile no-fault claims simply because of the increasing amount of information. However, this same wealth of data can help your insurance company reduce claims costs when used