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7 new technologies to improve your claims management

Posted by Gemma Nightingale on Nov 25, 2016 1:51:13 PM
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Technology has come a long way in the last 10 years.  So has the compliance landscape for risk management and data protection.  

It’s important to keep up, so here’s a quick rundown of the top 7 advancements that affect you:

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Topics: Insurance Claims Management, claims, management software, technology

Is Software the Future for Claims Management?

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Mar 30, 2016 12:23:08 PM

 

The claims management process can be both a complex and lengthy one. There are numerous factors to consider when handling a claim and this information can come from numerous different sources. Claimant evidence, solicitors documentation and site visit reports - just to name a few. 

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Topics: Evoclaim, Software, claims

The Best Claims Resources to Help You Stay on Top of the Game

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Mar 11, 2016 3:58:12 PM

 

Staying up-to-date on all the latest tips and tricks, best practices and tools can be hard work. The claims and insurance industry is no exception.

There are numerous websites and tools you could refer to and use as a claims professional.

Keeping on top of industry news and adapting best practices is just one component of keeping razor sharp. There are also practical tools out there that are proven to increase the efficiency of your work.  

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Topics: claims, resources

Creating Synergy Between Health & Safety and Claims

Posted by Elliott Seaton on Mar 1, 2016 10:18:02 AM

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The key to implementing a cost effective claims and health and safety system is synergy between both departments. Take an Employers Liability (EL) claim for example. EL insurance is a mandatory insurance for virtually all organisations employing someone. It provides a certain amount of protection for an employee whilst they are working for your business. Claims of this kind usually stem from the employer being at fault for a worker’s injury or illness due to a health and safety error. The link between the two is clear to see.

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Topics: Evoclaim, Software, EvoSafe, health and safety, claims