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Broadspire’s Gary Anderberg Named a 2010 Risk Innovator
Date:9/15/2010

ATLANTA, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Broadspire, a Crawford Company (NYSE: CRDA; CRDB) and leading third party administrator (TPA) and medical management services provider, is proud to announce that Gary Anderberg, Ph.D., practice leader for analytics and outcomes, has been named a winner of Risk & Insurance magazine's 2010 Risk Innovator awards.

Anderberg was nominated for his work as a leader with Broadspire's e-Triage system, which helps analyze claims that might become outliers in terms of duration and cost, a question inherent in all new occupational and non-occupational disability claims.

"There are few people who have greater insight into our industry than Gary Anderberg," said Broadspire CEO and President Kenneth F. Martino Jr.  "He has an incredible amount of knowledge and understanding about the intricacies of disability.  He continually comes up with new views into the business and solutions for meeting client needs. We believe he is highly deserving of this honor and congratulate him on being named a Risk Innovator."  

The proprietary technology used in e-Triage allows Broadspire to explore psycho-social and socio-economic issues, in addition to core compensability investigations, that can impact the outcome of claims. Using the power of more than 700 evidence-based studies, e-Triage guides the claim professional through dynamic interviews and captures information as data points - not text - thus allowing for unprecedented analysis.

Broadspire uses e-Triage to conduct initial contact and follow-up interviews for many of its most important workers compensation clients. Like any major application development, building the most recent version of e-Triage has been a team effort. Anderberg has helped lead the project by driving application use and finding additional ways to employ e-Triage internally and externally. His work
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