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Scoring Superior Results With Customized Integrated Disability Management

When it comes to Integrated Disability Management (IDM), an effective solution takes a fully integrated approach for both occupational and non-occupational employee claims management.
By: | November 1, 2016

When it comes to Integrated Disability Management (IDM), an effective solution takes a comprehensive view of total absence and applies a fully integrated approach for both occupational and non-occupational employee claims management.

Today, there are more than 200 state and federal leave laws that intertwine and/or overlap with workers compensation.

ESIS recognizes that each claims management program is unique, which is why we are committed to providing customized and innovative solutions to drive superior results. Our IDM methodologies are designed to help improve durations, increase productivity, and positively impact direct and indirect costs.

Your program is different. So is our tailored solution.

  • Single-source solution providing streamlined results
  • Efficient methodologies that help improve employee and employer experiences
  • Integrated approach that helps drive optimal outcomes

Click here to learn more about ESIS’ IDM solutions.

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ESIS is a third-party administrator and wholly owned subsidiary of Chubb Inc. They provide innovative best-in-class service and products that are an integral part of their clients’ risk management programs. Their suite of offerings are available on a bundled or unbundled basis.

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