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INSURCARD WORKERS' COMP

The Complete Payment Solution for Injured Workers and Healthcare Providers

INSURCARD WORKERS' COMP

The Complete Payment Solution for Injured Workers and Healthcare Providers

Indemnity Payments
for Injured Workers

Provider Payments for Healthcare Services

The injured worker (claimant) needs benefit payments to meet daily needs. In most cases there is more than one payment.

The doctor (provider) needs to be paid for visits and treatments related to the injury. Many times there are multiple charges from one or more doctors.

Indemnity Payments
for Injured Workers

The injured worker (claimant) needs benefit payments to meet daily needs. In most cases there is more than one payment.

Provider Payments
for 
Healthcare Services

The doctor (provider) needs to be paid for visits and treatments related to the injury. Many times there are multiple charges from one or more doctors.

THE COMPLETE SOLUTION

THE COMPLETE SOLUTION

InsurCard® has the experience and expertise to provide comprehensive, cost-effective electronic workers compensation payment solutions to meet the needs of insurers, third-party administrators, companies who self-insure and state funds.

Once integrated with claims and accounting systems, the InsurCard® program can start working for your company and claimants.

And there is no systems integration needed for provider payments as InsurCard uses the same information produced by insurers and TPAs to issue checks.

InsurCard® leads the way in providing legally compliant, safe, guaranteed electronic claims payments for Workers Compensation.

Explore the Benefits
of InsurCard

Million Workers

Billion Dollars in Benefits

Workers’ Comp Today

The size and scope of annual workers compensation claims and payments in the United States is staggering. In 2013, an estimated 129.6 million workers were protected by workers compensation and employers paid $63.6 billion in total benefits.1 The administration of workers comp programs is costly in part because of the complexity of regulation. Each of the 50 states, DC, and US territories has its own WC rules and states vary in the minimum and maximum benefit payment and length of benefit, waiting period and retroactivity.

General characteristics of all state workers comp programs require mandatory employee coverage, payment of cash benefits for lost work time and payment of 100% of medical costs. Most workers compensation benefits are paid by employers. Employers can purchase insurance from private carriers or state funds who administer the program or self-insure and bear the administration cost or use a third-party administrator. All workers comp programs include both healthcare payments and payments to the Injured worker.

1 Workers’ Compensation: Benefits, Coverage, and Costs, 2013. National Academy of Social Insurance, Washington, DC  p.1

Million Workers

Billion Dollars in Benefits

Workers’ Comp Today

The size and scope of annual workers compensation claims and payments in the United States is staggering. In 2013, an estimated 129.6 million workers were protected by workers compensation and employers paid $63.6 billion in total benefits.1 The administration of workers comp programs is costly in part because of the complexity of regulation. Each of the 50 states, DC, and US territories has its own WC rules and states vary in the minimum and maximum benefit payment and length of benefit, waiting period and retroactivity.

General characteristics of all state workers comp programs require mandatory employee coverage, payment of cash benefits for lost work time and payment of 100% of medical costs. Most workers compensation benefits are paid by employers. Employers can purchase insurance from private carriers or state funds who administer the program or self-insure and bear the administration cost or use a third-party administrator. All workers comp programs include both healthcare payments and payments to the Injured worker.

1 Workers’ Compensation: Benefits, Coverage, and Costs, 2013. National Academy of Social Insurance, Washington, DC  p.1
Indemnity Payments for Injured Workers

The injured worker (claimant) needs benefit payments to meet daily needs. In most cases there is more than one payment.

Provider Payments for Healthcare Services

The doctor (provider) needs to be paid for visits and treatments related to the injury.  Many times there are multiple charges from one or more doctors.

Total Payment Claims Outsourcing

In addition, InsurCard offers Total Payment Claims Outsourcing for all Workers Comp claim payments including Indemnity Payments via debit card, Provider Payments via virtual cards, and ACH and check printing services.

Indemnity Payments for Injured Workers

The injured worker (claimant) needs benefit payments to meet daily needs. In most cases there is more than one payment.

Provider Payments for Healthcare Services

The doctor (provider) needs to be paid for visits and treatments related to the injury.  Many times there are multiple charges from one or more doctors.

Total Payment Claims Outsourcing

In addition, InsurCard offers Total Payment Claims Outsourcing for all Workers Comp claim payments including Indemnity Payments via debit card, Provider Payments via virtual cards, and ACH and check printing services.

InsurCard® is the leading issuer of debit cards for the payments of property claims and casualty claims. Workers’ Compensation claim payments are made with state approved prepaid programs for injured worker benefits.

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InsurCard® is the leading issuer of debit cards for the payments of property claims and casualty claims. Workers’ Compensation claim payments are made with state approved prepaid programs for injured worker benefits.

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Have a question about the InsurCard programs? Speak with an associate today.

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