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What's Your Company Story?

Every company has a story. Some started from humble beginnings to become something great. Others were forged in tough competition and reached massive scale only through the vision and creativity of a charismatic leader. Some beloved brands even got their start in organized crime.

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Posted in: Blogs, Collision Repair Management

Reducing fraud in low-impact claims

Christopher Tidball | August 12, 2014

Low-impact claims always require a thorough and detailed investigation.

Those who have spent time reviewing claims have most likely had many head-scratching moments. How did the adjuster come up with that liability assessment? How could the insurer possibly have paid so much on this claim? How could we have ever let this one go to litigation? It’s often a game of Monday morning quarterbacking, second guessing the “he said, she said” of who struck John scenarios.

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Posted in: Articles, Auto Casualty Claims Processing

Why Does Your Auto Body or Repair Shop Need A Purpose Statement?

Because it is critical to your company's success...a Purpose Statement establishes guidelines for people to follow in an effort to achieve loftier, longer-term goals and objectives.  It provides people in your company reasons WHY they are doing what they do!

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Posted in: Blogs, Collision Repair Management

Mitchell Releases Third Quarter 2014  Industry Trends Report

Mitchell, a leading provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the Property & Casualty (P&C) claims and Collision Repair Repair industries, today announced the availability of its Industry Trends Report (ITR) for the third quarter of 2014.

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Posted in: Press Releases, Corporate

Who Matters and Who Doesn't - Determining Your Ideal Customer

One of the first steps in creating your auto body and repair shop's marketing strategy is to determine who/what target market you are going to focus on. In the case of auto body shops there are typically 5-6 different "customers", not all of them are ideal.

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Posted in: Blogs, Collision Repair Management

Mitchell Partners with EvoNexus to Drive San Diego Technology Innovation

The Mitchell@EvoNexus incubator program provides strategic funding to local startups; fuels advancements in telematics, analytics, mobile and more.

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Posted in: Press Releases, Corporate

Is Your Shop Better, Different or More Unique Than Your Competition?

There are more than 35,000 auto body shops and 100,000 auto repair businesses registered in North America. What makes your shop different than the rest?

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Posted in: Blogs, Collision Repair Management

Q&A: On ICD-10 prep for non-covered entities

Carl Natale, Editor, ICD10Watch | July 28, 2014

Interview with Michele Hibbert-Iacobacci

Not every healthcare organization is required to comply with the federal mandate for ICD-10 implementation. Insurers such as workers' compensation and auto insurers are not covered.

But it looks like they're going to adopt ICD-10 coding anyway, at least according to Michele Hibbert, vice president of information management support at Mitchell International. She has 25 years of experience working with major casualty insurers in implementing rules committees, quality assurance, risk management, compliance programs and review processes necessary in delivering objective bill review systems.

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Posted in: Articles, Auto Casualty Claims Processing

Mitchell International Embraces Big Data to Improve Bill Review Processes
By Mitchell International Originally published by WorkCompWire Mitchell International, a provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the Property & Casualty claims and Collision Repair industries, recently announced the SmartGuid... Read More

Posted in: Workers' Compensation Management

The State of Electronic Healthcare Transactions in Workers’ Compensation

By Scott Rupp | July 28, 2014
Guest post by Tina Greene

The Administrative Simplification provisions of the Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA, Title II) include requirements that national standards for electronic health care transactions be established. These standards were adopted to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the nation’s health care system by encouraging the widespread use of electronic data interchange in health care.…

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Posted in: Articles, Workers' Compensation Management

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