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AI, Machine Learning & Pattern Recognition Help Indict 7 In $98 Million Workers Compensation Case
By A2iA Corporation
Insurance claim files are complex by nature — their formats and mixed content, the volume of documents and supporting pages, and the variance of the data types found within. This is a challenge the insurance industry must manage on a daily basis as they review and manage claims processing. However, it becomes more complex when law enforcement is involved to investigate a potential criminal matter.
Intelligent Scanning: Improving Operational Performance, Reducing Costs
By Derrick Murphy, ibml

Traditionally, exceptions handling has been dealt with as a post-scanning problem. But this process likely means a more expensive person will lose productivity trying to fix it, the downstream system will produce less than stellar results, and/or the overall process will be delayed.

6 Business Drivers Changing Claims Processing
 
By Jeff Meyers, Kofax from Lexmark

The healthcare industry faces new mandates and requirements that dramatically affect business processes and the bottom line. The Affordable Care Act, HITECH, Meaningful Use, HIPAA, ICD-10, HIT, as well as other mandates challenge both health and property and casualty insurers to improve operational performance. They are, however, not the only drivers. Following are six additional drivers that are increasing the costs of claims processing.

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