Third Party Claims Administration
There is no TPA nationwide that can match Health Special Risk’s experience in the claims administration
of Special Risk and Accident & Health Insurance (SR/A&H) business. SR/A&H Insurance is not just something we “handle”, it
is who we are. It is the foundation of our organization and has
been for 30 years. We are Special Risk and Accident & Health
Insurance administrators, plain and simple.
"Primary; excess; disappearing deductibles; HMO provisions; PPO networks; accident
only; accidents vs. injuries, expanded medical; coordination; subrogation; multi-layered
benefits; 52/104 week benefit; Business only, 24 hour; AD&D; Weekly Indemnity;
PTD; Self-Insured Retentions (SIRs)" – these are terms we live with, developed
in some instances, and deal with day by day, year after year.
Insurance IS the business of HSR.
It is our primary business and has been since our inception. We’re not a group
or employer medical TPA. We are a TPA that specializes in providing SR/A&H
to the marketplace and then administering it at a customer service level that
is second to none.
In 2009, HSR administered the claims on excess of $ 90,000,000 in
premiums. Whether we take over the block on renewal, mid-term, or with the run-off,
we will handle your business in the most professional, efficient, and customer
service oriented manner possible.
It is a unique book of business that truly has its own nuances and peculiarities.
It needs to be administered by a specialist with a long and successful tradition
of SR/A&H Insurance administration. We are that administrator. Ask
around for the best in the SR/A&H Insurance administration business
and you will hear Health Special Risk’s name more than anyone
Individual pages within will detail our Insurance Company TPA Agreements, State
Licenses (in all USA state requiring TPA licenses); reporting capabilities and
various claim forms for your viewing and use.
Links to help you get more information on these topics:
HSR - The Proven Leader in the Special
Risk and Accident & Health
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