UR++ 1.4 for Adjusters and Claims Professionals

DataCare is proud to present its latest release for Adjusters and Claims Professionals: UR++ 1.4 WHAT'S NEW Adjusters/ Claims Professionals come across several Request for Authorizations (RFAs) each day, and some cases may require additional attention. For this reason, the latest version of UR++ enables clients to incorporate a best practices ruleset to make approvals [...]

By | 2017-05-26T15:03:06+00:00 March 24th, 2017|adjusters, insurance, press release, ur++|0 Comments

Benefits of Integrating CM, UR and Adjuster Software Modules

Companies involved in Workers’ Compensation will typically use Utilization Review, Case Management and Claims Management software independent of one another. The Ahshay core software platform achieves higher efficiency, savings, and detailed reporting by combining these modules under one platform. Within DataCare‘s core platform Ahshay, Utilization Review, Case Management, and the claim enhancing Medical Process Manager [...]

Balancing Medical Spending and Necessity With the Cost of Referring to UR

Time after time, adjusting offices find themselves asking the same question: “Should we approve this request for physical therapy, or is it worth sending to UR? We usually just go ahead and approve these, but we have been seeing PT requests for this patient pop up an awful lot this past month… Let’s just approve [...]

By | 2017-05-26T15:03:06+00:00 October 14th, 2016|adjusters, insurance, press release, ur++|0 Comments

Cutting Complexity in Workers’ Compensation Utilization Review Programs

DataCare UR++ reduces utilization review program costs by enabling claims adjusters and trained administrators to routinely approve 80% or more of all treatment requests and by significantly reducing the number of referrals to more expensive nurse or physician reviews. Quick approvals also shorten the time it takes for employees to return to work. With Express Approval: [...]

By | 2017-05-26T15:03:08+00:00 July 21st, 2011|adjusters, press release, return to work, ur++|0 Comments