Claims Management definition

Claims Management means the process of identifying, controlling and resolving demands by individuals or public entities to recover losses from any Member of the Association. Disposing of such demands for payment requires skills in insurance law, adjusting/investigation, loss control engineering and general business. Claims management is the function of supervising legal, adjusting, investigation and engineering services to resolve such demands.
Claims Management means handling matters related to customers or third parties bringing a claim against a Party or claims by a Party against customers or third parties, including investigations, litigation support, and settlements.
Claims Management means the effective coordination of all activities associated with the just and economic resolution of an injured Worker’s Claim and includes activities associated with determining liability, providing Benefits and processing the Claim.

Examples of Claims Management in a sentence

LIDDA shall optimize earned revenues and maintain a Claims Management System.

Contractor and the Department will treat all tickets initiated by the Bureau of Data and Claims Management as priority tickets.

The aforementioned insurance coverage shall be endorsed to provide the City with thirty (30) days prior written notice of cancellation or material change, and shall be in a form acceptable to the City's Director, Insurance & Claims Management or his/her designate.

Claims Management (PMI, 2015).The Project and Construction Management Professions Act 48 of 2000 defines Construction Project Management as “… the management of projects within the Built Environment from conception to completion, including management of related professional services” (South Africa, 2011: 30).

As an alternative to submitting the Certificate of Insurance, the Licensee or the Licensee's broker may provide full certified copies of the policies and such policies will be properly endorsed and acceptable to the City's Director, Insurance & Claims Management or his/her designate.


More Definitions of Claims Management

Claims Management means the entirety of the functions which are necessary for or incidental to the receipt, assessment, determination, payment, administration, review, finalisation and recording of a Claim.
Claims Management means Third Party Claims Management, Inc., a Connecticut corporation and its successors and assigns.
Claims Management means the entirety of the functions which are necessary for or incidental to the receipt, assessment, determination, payment, administration, review, finalisation and recording of a Claim on the basis that:• the same includes:• all the things that the Corporation has done, prior to entering into agreements of this type in respect of the receipt, assessment, determination, payment, administration, review, finalisation and recording of a Claim;• all the things that are necessary for or incidental to the efficient and economic administration of the Relevant Law with respect to a Claim;• all the things which might become necessary for or incidental to the receipt, assessment, determination, payment, administration, review, finalisation and recording of a Claim by reason of any change in the Relevant Law;• all the things specified in or contemplated by the Standards of Service;• the giving effect to of such procedures, measures and actions as the Corporation reasonably considers necessary in order to investigate, determine, restrict and prevent fraud or excessive or dishonest claims or to take such other actions, for or in relation to claims or payments of compensation pursuant to the WRCA and to obtain information, particulars and statistics from such sources as the Corporation may consider necessary or desirable;• the same does not include the recovery of moneys due or claimable by the Corporation under the provisions referred to in paragraph 5 of the Appendix to Schedule J except to the extent that the Corporation may authorise the Agent to use those powers generally or in respect of any particular case;• it is the agreed objective of the Agent and the Corporation that, except to the extent expressly provided for in these Conditions, the Corporation shall be entirely freed of any aspect of the receipt, assessment, determination, payment, administration, review, finalisation and recording of Claims against or in respect of a Nominated Employer as a result of the performance of the Claims Management Function by the Agent;• nothing expressly or impliedly contained in these Conditions imposes upon a Nominated Employer any function or duty in excess of that previously performed by such a Nominated Employer; • the only exclusions from Claims Management are those matters expressly provided for in these Conditions;• where any question arises as to extent, quality or nature of anything to be done as an element of Claims Management then the same is to be determined by...
Claims Management means the process of identifying, resolving and planning for the funding of claims against the Premiere Member covered under the terms of Member Reinsurance or Insurance Agreements.