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CLAIM.MD Adds Jopari Workers' Compensation Connectivity

Prominent Internet Based Electronic Claims Clearinghouse to Deliver eBill and Attachment Support for Subscribers' in Texas and States Activating Mandates

PECOS, N.M. and CONCORD, Calif., April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- CLAIM.MD, a leading Internet-based electronic claim processing company serving the medical community, and Jopari Solutions, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated eBill and payment compliance services to the property and casualty industry, today announced a connectivity agreement that provides workers' compensation eBill and Attachment support for CLAIM.MD subscribers.

The companies will introduce their connectivity interface first in Texas, where regulators are strongly encouraging progressive collaborations between clearinghouses and eBill Processing Agents as a means to expedite universal stakeholder compliance. Jopari expects to be able to incrementally boost delivery of eBill and attachment traffic to current clients in Texas and nationally.

Under the connectivity arrangement, CLAIM.MD will deliver subscribers' X12 837 bills and electronic attachments to Jopari. Jopari will process and transmit completed bills to its contracted payers and trading partners. Jopari will return an electronic remittance back to CLAIM.MD, to complete the transaction on behalf of the CLAIM.MD subscribers.

Said Jopari CEO Steve Stevens "This mutual connectivity agreement with CLAIM.MD is important to current Jopari customers, because they will benefit from the existing provider connectivity CLAIM.MD has today. In addition, Jopari customers will continue to experience immediate operational savings as a result of enhanced eBill and ePayment through the increase of electronic transactions."

Rob Wheeler, president and founder of CLAIM.MD, commented "We welcome the opportunity to partner with Jopari and add workers' compensation bill submission to CLAIM.MD's portfolio of Internet based claim processing tools for the health care community. Our mission is improving cash flow and data control for the medical community we serve. Our ability to now handle non-Group Health medical transactions broadens our portfolio in these markets."


CLAIM.MD is an Internet-based electronic claim processing company serving the medical community. CLAIM.MD helps medical providers increase cash flow by eliminating paper claims, reducing time spent researching and correcting rejected claims, and providing proof of timely filing. With CLAIM.MD, medical providers can submit claims electronically from any medical billing system to hundreds of commercial and government payers -- with no per claim charges for commercial claims. CLAIM.MD is a vendor partner with leading clearinghouse firms and serve hundreds of providers in many states. For more information, visit or call 505.757.6060.

About Jopari Solutions, Inc.

Jopari Solutions, Inc. supplies integrated eBill compliance and payment solutions to workers' compensation, auto, and health insurance industry Payers. Jopari significantly improves the technology Payers use to manage bills and disbursements, substantially reducing associated expenses. Jopari services enable insurance Payers to comply fully with regulatory requirements, including eBill and ePay jurisdictional initiatives, and HIPAA. Insurance and other industry Payers take advantage of JopariPay(TM) to permanently downsize processing and labor costs, increase operational competitiveness and realize immediate returns on investment. For more information, visit or call 800.903.7799.

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