Holon, Israel – Sapiens International Corporation, (NASDAQ and TASE: SPNS) recently announced that S1 Medical, an independent cost containment and medical management firm that provides unique niche programs to the casualty market, has successfully launched Sapiens ClaimsGo for Workers’ Compensation.
The first major program being supported by the joint S1 Medical-Sapiens’ solution is Broward County Public Schools, the sixth-largest school district in North America.
Sapiens ClaimsGo (formerly called StoneRiver CompSuite Claims) is a full‐featured solution developed for specialized and quick administration of workers’ compensation policies and claims, offered in a hosted environment.
S1 Medical chose Sapiens’ comprehensive solution for its end-to-end claims capabilities, particularly the ability to integrate with data reporting & managed care systems. S1 anticipates improved productivity through joint/cooperative usage of ClaimsGo, more effective automation, and resulting in better claims processing across their customer’s claims management program.
“Due to the nature of our business, S1 Medical brought a third-party to the traditional two-party relationship between a claims system and its customer. The third-party brought its own user preferences, required training sessions and logistical requirements,” said Matt Pitts, managing partner, S1 Medical. “Sapiens team members executed what was an on-time delivery of a complicated set-up. The availability, flexibility and open communication displayed by the Sapiens team facilitated collaboration, as well as a sense of confidence among both S1 and its customer.”
“Organizations have different needs when looking for a workers’ compensation solution, depending on their unique markets and competitive landscapes,” said Roni Al-Dor, president and CEO, Sapiens. “Sapiens offers a range of workers’ compensation solutions to help firms find the best fit. We are pleased to welcome S1 Medical into the Sapiens family of customers and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them.”