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HCC Medical Insurance Services Chooses CMN as Network Administrator
Date:5/29/2010

HCCMIS announces new international health-care provider network

(PRWEB) May 29, 2010 -- HCC Medical Insurance Services, LLC (HCCMIS), is now utilizing CMN for health-care provider network administration in North America and internationally. What does this mean for customers?

 
  • Larger worldwide network directory with 400,000+ doctors and 7,000+ facilities
  • More robust online member tools
  • More U.S. in-network options to lower or eliminate coinsurance payments
  • International providers can bill HCCMIS directly, avoiding customers’ need to file a claim for reimbursement

Mark Carney, HCCMIS’s CEO, states “This expansion of services for our customers through improving efficiencies and access to leading doctors and facilities around the world has reinforced our commitment to being the industry’s international health insurance choice by consumers and business partners.”

Peter Lozier, Executive Vice-President, CMN comments “CMN is proud to be working with HCCMIS. The synergy between both companies is vivid and we envision a true win/win relationship for years to come. CMN’s highly skilled case management team deals one-on-one with each patient to identify individual needs and uses our vast resources to accommodate them, while ensuring that patients are treated with compassion, empathy and respect.”

About HCCMIS
HCC Medical Insurance Services, LLC is a subsidiary of HCC Insurance Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HCC), a leading international specialty insurance group with offices across the United States and in the United Kingdom, Spain, and Ireland. As of March 31, 2010, HCC had assets of $8.9 billion and shareholders' equity of $3.1 billion. HCC is rated “AA (Very Strong)” by Standard & Poor's and “AA (Very Strong)” by Fitch Ratings. In addition, HCC's major domestic insurance companies are rated “A+ (Superior)” by A.M. Best Company.

About CMN
Founded in 1995, CMN Inc., a Europ Assistance Company, is an international health management company that assists clients, including insurance companies and government entities, and their insured members to successfully navigate the increasingly complex global healthcare system with economic ease. Their medical case management, North American and international proprietary provider networks, customized services, and technology are all seamlessly interwoven to ensure patients receive the best-possible medical care and service, while reducing and managing their clients’ risks and costs.

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