Pick Your Path:
Pick Your Path:
Rather than conform to a rigid layout of information staff should be empowered by their ability to configure the information for their role that best enables success. Our Dashboard allows myriad ways to Organize the presentation of information. Now every user is able to Act on details of a claim that they are concerned with – Assignments, Examination, Financial, Legal. This efficient display of relevant facts places each individual in a position to Succeed.
Well-organized layout of claim information and sensible use of data and analytical information offer a variety of approaches to Manage to service level expectations. Like baseball, we Measure nearly everything. In every enterprise there are areas to Improve upon. Little gems hiding sometimes in plain sight. Manage the business, measure results and improve the business by knowing where the opportunities exist.
It is not enough to construct an elegant system, able to meet the day to day needs of a claims organization. In a web enabled world delivering a Clear and uninterrupted flow of data across that system as well as between adjoining environments is essential. A truly unified claims environment requires a Compelling set of interfaces to Policy Systems, Estimating platforms, Accounting applications and more. ClickClaims is well Connected…today.
The first message on the ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Administration Network) was sent at 10:30pm on October 29, 1969 from UCLA to Stanford University. The initial ARPANET connected 4 locations UCLA, Stanford, USC Santa Barbara and Univ. of Utah. The real enabler of the this forerunner to “The Internet” was the creation of TCP/IP by Vinton Cerf and Robert E... Read More
In Part 1 of this blog post, I spoke about my first real experience using modern claims technology - digital estimatics. That experience was a profound one, and set me on a course of constant curiosity about technology and its impacts on the world of adjusting. Although I no longer adjust claims, my heart is still in the game and my daily glory is finding ways to bring technology to the process, to make claims better... Read More
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