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WSIA and MEDPlus Health Solutions Announce Strategic Partnership
Date:8/7/2014

SEATTLE, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDPlus Health Solutions, an industry leader in workers' compensation cost-containment, announced today they have been selected as the preferred vendor of hearing devices, supplies and services for the Washington Self-Insured Association as of July 1, 2014. WSIA is Washington's most trusted non-profit representative for self-insured employers. MEDPlus will provide Washington self-insured companies and Third Party Administrators the best possible solution for hearing related workers' compensation claims.  This partnership comes at a time when costs savings and claim turnaround times are of utmost importance.

"Partnering with MEDPlus will give WSIA a unique opportunity to ensure  Washington self-insured employers have a premium organization they can count on to properly, and cost effectively, manage their employee hearing related claims," said Kris Tefft, Executive Director of WSIA. "We realized MEDPlus had the secret ingredient to efficiency and it undoubtedly separated them from the many other benefit administrators we interviewed. Their ability to simplify the claims process, while significantly saving our members time and money, truly makes it a win-win for all parties involved."

"Combining our claims processing expertise together with WSIA's advocacy roots, opens new doors for self-insured employers to easily get access to the tools and answers needed to take control of hearing loss claims as well as their overall expenditures," said Pete Stephens, President of MEDPlus Health Solutions. "We've created a simple way to implement Simplify365 into virtually any existing work environment or system, making the transition and our business of running their business easier and faster."

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