ISO ClaimSearch Completes Compliance Service for Texas Claim Reporting Requirements

ISO ClaimSearch® helps property/casualty insurers comply with child support reporting requirements in five mandatory states as well as all voluntary jurisdictions. More than 600 insurers use the program. The service is free for ISO ClaimSearch participants. Since 2009,Texas child support regulations have required claims reporting for casualty and workers’ compensation losses. Recently, the state expanded […]

Claims Inquiry Is Much Improved … And We’re Still Working Hard to Make it Better

Last year, we released several upgrades to Claims Inquiry to help you to conduct quicker and more complete claims investigations. Specifically, we streamlined the functionality and design of our Claims Inquiry search screen, summary grid, and navigation. And in an ongoing effort to continually improve our services, we asked for your feedback through a survey […]

Claims Compliance across the Country

ISO ClaimSearch provides a wide range of claims compliance services, many free for members. Among them are: Medicare Secondary Payer Reporting Service Medicaid Reporting Service OFAC Compliance Service NMVTIS Reporting Service Child Support Enforcement Agency Reporting Service Learn more about ISO ClaimSearch compliance tools >>

NMVTIS Dashboard: Coming in Q2

As part of our ongoing dashboard initiative, the ISO ClaimSearch® team is pleased to announce our new NMVTIS Dashboard. Due for release in the second quarter of 2014, it will unlock valuable insights from your NVMTIS reporting efforts to help you more effectively analyze and improve your NMVTIS compliance reporting. The NMVTIS Dashboard will provide […]

Is an Owner-Operator an Employee or an Independent Contractor?

New York State has amended labor law NY 5867. A new article — Article 25-C, the New York State Commercial Goods Transportation Industry Fair Play Act —addresses the distinction between “employee” and “independent contractor” for workers’ compensation eligibility among commercial vehicle operators. The definition of those terms has a direct influence on whether an injured […]

Proposed New York Regulation for Domestic Violence Victim Confidentiality

A proposed New York regulation could require insurers to develop written protocols for protecting the identities of victims of domestic violence. Issued on October 9, 2013, Confidentiality Protocols for Victims of Domestic Violence would require insurers to prohibit the disclosure of the following information after receipt of a valid order of protection: address and telephone […]