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Avizent's New TeamCOMP Approach Helps Ensure Lower Workers' Comp Costs and Faster Claims Resolution
Date:11/3/2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- National claims and risk management provider Avizent announced today the introduction of TeamCOMP, an innovative approach to claims management that ensures medical experts are involved in workers' compensation claims from day one.

The company notes that the goal of the new service is to safely return injured employees to work while significantly reducing the duration and overall cost of workers' comp claims. Avizent is one of only a few national TPAs currently offering a service that integrates all components involved in adjudicating a workers' comp claim - from first report of injury to provider contact to final resolution. This includes the direct involvement of medical experts and claims adjusters working under one integrated company and system.

Avizent pioneered a similar service approach in a workers' comp program for a major national retailer, which helped the client save more than $350,000 in one year on total temporary disability costs - setting the bar for the company's TeamCOMP program design.

"Our approach ensures that claims and medical expertise are applied precisely when and where they're needed," notes Thomas W. Watson, Avizent's Chief Executive Officer. "Claims outcomes become more predictable. Treatment and disability planning improves. Costs are easier to manage and control. Most importantly, injured workers receive the most appropriate care and return to work at the earliest possible date."

For clients, the benefit is faster, easier access to more complete information throughout the claims process. TeamCOMP also enables more precise claim certifications, as well as treatment and disability plans. With the increased knowledge of claims status, clients can establish better reserves and action plans. In addition, the use of pre-set guidelines and evidence-based medicine establishes a strong foundation for decision-making, and provides better evidence
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