Information Systems

     AdminSure Information Systems allow authorized users to effectively manage Workers’ Compensation and Liability programs.  These systems include a variety of tools that are powerful, yet easy to use.

Online Services

     As an integral part of Workers’ Compensation and Liability programs, we provide a number of Online Services.  These services make possible the efficient administration of the following activities:


     Strong encryption and authentication are used to protect all of the above activities, including data transfers and user communications.  Many of these services are configurable by the client.

Claims Management

     We use specialized, state-of-the-art software that allows our clients to track the progress of their claims in real-time over the Internet.  A vast amount of data is available for viewing and analysis, including:

•   Claim History & Detail
•   Payment History & Detail
•   Reserve Summary & History
•   Adjuster & Supervisor Notes
•   Case Management Diary
•   Claim Correspondence
•   File Documentation  

     Access to this data is available to our clients and other authorized users on a read-only basis.  To safeguard their privacy, we use a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection with authentication and encryption.

Loss Experience Reports

     The system has a variety of loss runs that enable personnel and risk managers to keep tabs on their programs.  These reports depict current activity as well as historical data.  They include such information as:

•   Summary Totals
•   Transaction Registers
•   Loss Experience Detail
•   Cases Opened & Closed
•   Cost Allocation Detail
•   Loss Analysis Trends
•   Lag Time Tracking
•   Triangle Analysis

     Special or custom reports can also be designed.  Reports, whether standard or custom, are delivered electronically in a variety of formats, including PDF, XLS, CSV, RTF, HTML and TXT files.

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)

     Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has become the preferred method for conveying the vast amount of information available in our system.  We transmit data in this way to the following stakeholders:

•   IRS (Form 1099)
•   State WCIS System
•   Banking (Positive Pay)
•   Accounting Departments
•   Medicare (MMSEA Section 111)
•   Loss Prevention Consultants
•   Excess Insurers & Pools
•   Actuarial Consultants
•   Insurance Brokers
•   ISO ClaimSearch

     Many of our clients receive data from us in lieu of formatted reports, enabling them to do their own analyses.  We can provide data extracts in file formats that include XLS, CSV, DBF, MDB, ASCII and MS-SQL.