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    • 16 FEB 18
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    CLARITY IN BILLING IMPROVES THE BOTTOM LINE

    CLARITY IN BILLING IMPROVES THE BOTTOM LINE

    A seemingly endless variety of factors contribute to increased claims administration costs. Whether your insurance company administers automobile no-fault claims or workers’ compensation claims, it is essential to always take a proactive approach to controlling the cost of claims. An important topic to address within your company concerns the matter of clarity, or lack thereof,

    • 15 FEB 18
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    World Cancer Day

    World Cancer Day

    World Cancer Day falls on February 4, 2018. It is a day for the world to come together and raise awareness about cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. The tagline for the day is “We can. I can.” discussing what we as a global society can do, and what we as individuals can do. As individuals, we can take care of

    • 23 JAN 18
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    RISING COSTS IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY: WHAT CAN BE DONE?

    RISING COSTS IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY: WHAT CAN BE DONE?

    With a new year comes additional challenges for insurance companies administering both workers’ compensation and automobile no-fault claims. Continually rising costs for prescription medications as well as durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics and medical supplies (DMEPOS) bring ever-present challenges and obstacles for insurance companies to work around. While there are several factors that figure into the increasing costs, the

    • 09 JAN 18
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    BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH AN EXPERIENCED THIRD-PARTY ADMINISTRATOR (TPA)

    BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH AN EXPERIENCED THIRD-PARTY ADMINISTRATOR (TPA)

    Insurance carriers administering automobile no-fault and workers’ compensation claims that encompass claimant use of durable medical equipment, prosthetics and orthotics services (DMEPOS) find themselves facing several challenges, especially in regard to claims involving multiple services and treatments.   The Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) is utilized by providers to code services and equipment used in claimant treatment regimens and request payment from insurance companies.