ISO Claims Solutions Help Insurers Fight Fraud Head-On

Boehning, Richard P.
October 2007
TechDecisions;Oct2007, Vol. 9 Issue 10, pA3
The article provides information on Insurance Services Office (ISO) claims solutions, which helps insurers to fight fraud. ISO receives reports of insurers on individual insurance claims. ISO also stores these reports in a single database that help insurers, self-insurers, law enforcement agencies and state fraud bureaus in detecting and preventing fraud, evaluating risks and processing meritorious claims. The ISO claims solutions also helped identify a fraudulent activity by a New Jersey physician.


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