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    • 24 MAR 20
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    HOW TECHNOLOGY IS AFFECTING WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS

    HOW TECHNOLOGY IS AFFECTING WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS

    Technology is a force that has made a significant impact on nearly every aspect of human life, and it is not about to slow down. A few short years ago it would have been unthinkable to have access to a pocket-sized device that is essentially a high-powered computer that allows you to look up information

    • 02 MAR 20
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    How Northwood Helps Improve Profitability

    How Northwood Helps Improve Profitability

    Keeping track of profitability is a requirement and a responsibility for all insurance companies, especially those administering workers’ compensation and automobile no-fault claims. Costs of administering these types of claims can rise significantly and rather quickly, so insurance companies need to be on the lookout for ways to improve the bottom line. One way that

    • 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