IAnet, the nationwide network of independent adjusters, appraisers, and insurance claims professionals, is bringing property & casualty (P&C) insurance companies electronic access to its 1,500-member network as the result of a new partnership with Scene Genesis.
By utilizing IAnet, insurers can benefit from consolidated claims services across the United States. They now can make claims assignments, monitor the providers’ progress, and collect valuable claims management data electronically.
Scene Genesis, a provider of claims management applications, serves as the infrastructure of Ianet’s electronic-based services. Using the capabilities made possible by Scene Genesis, IAnet is providing insurers a solution for managing auto and property claims.
National and Regional insurance companies can now:
Benefit from centralized electronic dispatch
Access claim files and management reports electronically
Utilize a secure repository for storage and retrieval
Receive the benefits of bulk billing
“Using IAnet for claims management, insurers can control loss costs and claims expenses,” said John A. Donley, Ianet’s President and CEO. “By managing claims more effectively and reducing cycle times, insurers can increase customer satisfaction while controlling costs. In addition, Ianet’s data collection capabilities allow insurers to gather data on cycle time, costs, severity and many other important indicators of overall service quality.”
“We are pleased to bring our technology and expertise in electronic claims management solutions to IAnet for the benefit of our customers,” said John W. Blake, Jr., President of Scene Genesis. “Ianet’s services are the perfect match for Scene Genesis.”
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