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Marsh ClearSight L.L.C., a unit of Marsh L.L.C., on Tuesday said it has released a new version of the Marsh ClearSight platform integrated with official U.S. disability guidelines.
The version 15.1.3 release includes new functionality to identify potentially high-severity claims through predictive analytics, return injured and ill employees to work and uncover trends with advanced analytical tools, Marsh said in a statement.
The features include a workers compensation claim severity model, which clients can use to identify good early intervention candidates. Users have the ability to manage the return-to-work process with insights from the Official Disability Guidelines embedded in the app, and with business intelligence tools that help users perform advanced analyses from their risk, safety, and claims data without the limitations of traditional reporting, according to the statement.
“With a database of more than 60 million claims, Marsh ClearSight has a unique ability to identify predictive indicators around claims severity,” Chicago-based Paul Marushka, president of Marsh ClearSight, said in the statement. “Organizations now have the ability to access insights from 10 million lost-time cases to determine the right treatment plans to get injured workers back to work safer and faster.”
Chicago-based Origami Risk L.L.C. integrated the Official Disability Guidelines into it workers comp data platform last year.