Revealing the DNA of Disability Claim Data: Understanding the Timeline and Data Markers that Drive Positive Outcomes
DATE: July 8, 2014
TIME: 11am Eastern Time
Just as human DNA contains data that determines such things as eye color or how the lungs should work. so does your claims data help you to determine the probability of a claimant returning to work or moving from short term disability to long term disability.
You just need to know the right questions to ask at the right points in the lifecycle of the claim in order to help you to better predict recoveries and appropriately triage the claim to optimize the outcome for the insurer, the employer and the claimant.
Join industry experts as they discuss what these key points are and the specific data that helps to predict recovery, including clinical, motivational, and psychological factors.
During this 45 minute webinar, you will:
- Discover the clinical and non-clinical data that you should be collecting at key points in the disability claim to help predict recovery and optimize outcomes
- See how FINEOS Claims can help you to collect, analyze, and report on this data for faster time to identify and manage at-risk claimants
- Learn some practical approaches to managing psychosocial issues through the disability claim process
Dr. Jason Busse, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesia and Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics at McMaster University in Hamilton, ON. Dr. Busse has authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications with a focus on medically unexplained syndromes, disability management, predictors of recovery, and methodological research. Since 1999, he has been involved in the management of complex disability claims and in consulting on this issue to all major Canadian group disability insurers (e.g. Sun Life, Manulife Financial, Great West Life, SSQ Financial).
Dr. Les Kertay, organizational leader, coach, consultant, writer and speaker. Currently providing clinical and consulting services to individuals and businesses interested in achieving maximum health and productivity, Dr. Kertay’s most recent positions were as Chief Medical Officer for two large US disability insurers. His clinical expertise includes health psychology, medical-psychiatric comorbidity, disability medicine, psychological assessment, and psychotherapy.
Adam Dunne, Product Manager, FINEOS Corporation. Adam’s research at FINEOS is focused on the application of Predictive Analytics in DI claims management to reduce durations and positively influence claimant recovery and claims examiner efficiency. FINEOS’ solutions in this area remove the common obstacles to implementing predictive models and offer our customers a clear and straight-forward path to value.