SAN JOSE, Calif. /PRNewswire/ — After a thorough evaluation, Mitchell Workers’ Compensation Solutions has selected DataCare’s Utilization Review (UR) and Case Management Software for its managed care operations.
Mitchell Workers’ Compensation Solutions, a division of Mitchell International, is a leading provider of workers’ compensation cost-containment technologies and services. Insurance payers, self-insured companies, third-party administrators, and managed care organizations rely on Mitchell’s medical bill review platform, the SmartAdvisor™ Software Suite, to improve their medical cost savings results.
According to Nina Smith-Garmon, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mitchell Workers’ Compensation Solutions Division, “Our investment in the DataCare platform is part of our ongoing commitment to utilize advanced technology to help clients manage their medical expenses.”
“We are delighted to be selected as Mitchell’s preferred medical case management and utilization review software,” stated Paulo Franca, President and CTO of DataCare. “Our solutions will help Mitchell’s case managers increase operational efficiencies and cost-containment capabilities.”
DataCare software promotes cost-effective care and quick return to work by the injured worker. It can also streamline and simplify reporting and billing activities and save as much as 20% of nurses’ time through:
- Role-based dashboards
- Real-time reports
- Access to full medical history
- Integrated evidence-based guidelines
Jackie Payne, Senior Director, Managed Care Operations, says, “We are proud to offer our customers best-in-class solutions. The DataCare UR and case management platform will improve the effectiveness of our managed care team and enable clients to seamlessly integrate with the SmartAdvisor bill review platform.”
“Because the DataCare solutions are delivered as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, they will easily integrate into the Mitchell’s bill review application and with the claims management systems used by Mitchell’s clients,” said Mike Allen, Director of Business Development at DataCare.