Workers' Compensation Management Software
Mitchell Workers' Compensation Solutions (WCS) is a leading provider of workers' compensation cost containment technologies and solutions. For over 20 years, our bill review software and services have evolved to respond to changing customer and market needs. Today, SmartAdvisor™ is a comprehensive bill review solution that incorporates a unique combination of performance software, client services, and best-in-class partnerships. SmartAdvisor's unique capabilities include customizable workflow modeling, Capstone® business decision rules engine, SmartReports data analytics and reporting tools, Claims Examiner Portal for fast, secured, real-time access to bill data, and a proven technology platform that delivers on average 50-70% straight-through processing for improved efficiencies and lower costs.
Making speed, accuracy, and efficiency a consistent and everyday occurrence in a company's workers' compensation claims management operation is how SmartAdvisor became the leading bill review and repricing solution for medical injury insurers, third-party administrators, managed-care companies, self-insured employers, and state funds. It's also an integral component of the clients workers comp claims management software.
Our claims solutions portfolio has been further enhanced with Mitchell Regulatory Reporting Solutions as well as Mitchell Health Ticket and Provider Lookup Directory. Mitchell Regulatory Reporting is a compliance platform that works seamlessly with claims management systems or as an on-line web portal for reporting. The Mitchell Health Ticket and Lookup Directory are web-accessible claim communications and provider compliance solutions designed to yield significant cost containment opportunities by making critical claims information available to all parties to a workers' compensation claim, as well as reduce claims costs by increasing provider and ancillary network participation.
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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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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