Streamline Your Estimate Process with Accuracy,
Efficiency and Productivity
We understand the importance of getting verifiable estimates the first time. How do your reviewers effectively communicate changes, avoid searching for claims artifacts and reduce the burden of rework?
With WorkCenter Review and Compliance Manager, estimate reviews are made simple. You can ensure appraisers adhere to your guidelines up front by creating, managing, and distributing business rules. Since more estimates are accurate right from the start, reviewers can just focus on those that require immediate assistance—saving you time on the claims process.
Move Forward In Seamless Motion
Simplify estimate management with a system that gives you a consolidated view of all the artifacts of a physical damage claim including:
- Journal Entries
- All Estimate Versions
- Compliance Report
Claims artifacts can also be shared confidentially and securely with claimants, insureds, business partners, and other insurers for potential subrogation opportunities.
With less clicks to review each estimate, reviewers can do more—resulting in a noticeable improvement in quality estimate reviews.
Speed Things Up With The Auto-Approve Feature
WorkCenter provides auto-approve functionality, offering a complete front-end and back-end check of an estimate prior to desk review. By using configurable rules, only claims that have exceptions or are outside of compliance will be escalated to manual desk review. All auto-approved claims are sent to your claims management system for further processing, allowing desk reviewers to focus only on the estimates that require attention.
Click here to request information on the WorkCenter claims processing software and workflow solutions for your business.
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