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Mitchell to provide workers’ compensation claims EDI services for Utah

Mitchell International, a provider of information, workflow and performance management solutions to the property & casualty claims, has been selected as one of four exclusive vendors authorized to provide claims administrators with Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) services to submit first reports of injury (FROI) and subsequent reports of injury (SROI) to the state of Utah.

According to the company, the new regulatory reporting solutions for workers’ compensation will help Utah to simplify its Workers’ Compensation Act reporting requirements while providing insurers with an automated EDI process that allows insurers to focus on claims administration, adjudication and getting injured workers back to work.

With Mitchell Regulatory Reporting Solutions, claims administrators can edit mandated reports before transmitting which helps ensure compliance with all reporting, query and response formats.

The Mitchell Regulatory Reporting Solutions is a compliance platform that works seamlessly with claims management systems or as an on-line web portal for reporting, that provides web-based reporting of FROI/SROI and medical bills to help lower claims reporting costs, increase claim accuracy, reduce manual processing and data entry, and maintain compliance with state EDI reporting requirements.

The features of the products include: WorkComp.NET, AutoTriggers, and Business Edit Service enables claims administrators to be in compliance with multiple state reporting requirements as well as with the new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) reporting requirements.

Mitchell Workers’ Compensation Solutions Division senior vice president and general manager Nina Smith-Garmon stated that the Utah EDI opportunity allows users to contribute to the efforts of claims administrators to improve compliance reporting efficiency and accuracy while increasing cost containment.