SmartAdvisor - medical bill review & workers compensation claims management software

Implementation

Your business is unique and so is our approach to implementing SmartAdvisor solutions. Mitchell's Professional Services group works with your organization to seamlessly integrate SmartAdvisor solutions to fit your needs. Our flexible approach adapts to any client environment, from straight forward to extremely complex.

Workers' Compensation Management Software

An expert and wide-ranging team of SmartAdvisor's resources uses a consultative approach to drive solutions that solve real business issues. We partner with you, sharing common experience and expectations, to create an implementation plan that meets or exceeds your exact requirements and optimizes your time and resources.

The SmartAdvisor Implementation Process
differentiators include:

  • A thorough and penetrating kick-off assessment to set project expectations, review current workflow, confirm business requirements to be addressed during the implementation, and initiate iterative review of critical path deliverables
  • Close alignment with product delivery to deliver on-time solutions
  • Detailed transition planning which clearly identifies tasking for environment and workflow

With SmartAdvisor, you can be assured that it's not only our technology that helps you achieve a smooth implementation, but it's our skilled professionals who transition you and your staff painlessly into the SmartAdvisor solution—getting you on track to earn ROI and quickly realize a lower cost of ownership.

Workers' Compensation Management Software

Press

Mitchell Releases 2013 Insurance Industry Predictions

February 26, 2013
Mitchell releases predictions for trends related to cloud computing and big data analytics that could affect the insurance industry throughout 2013
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How to Reduce Out of Network Medical Billing Costs

November 27, 2012
Though claimants often have a choice when it comes to medical providers, charges for treating with out-of-network providers can be substantially higher than charges submitted by doctors in preferred provider networks…
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