Sedgwick is proud to be selected as the preferred workers’ compensation Managed Care Organization (MCO) of The Maumee Chamber of Commerce. If you are responsible for your workers’ compensation program, it is important to have a fundamental understanding of the roles of a MCO and a Workers’ Compensation Third Party Administrator (TPA). MCOs and TPAs play unique roles in helping employers control workers’ compensation costs.
Tools and Resources
Paul Feck, ARM | Assistant Vice President, Client Services
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Current Group Rating Safety Accountability Letter
What is the difference between an MCO and TPA?
Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation “Group-rating Safety Accountability Letter”
Since 1950, Sedgwick has provided quality workers’ compensation claims management services and premium savings programs to state fund employers. CareWorks Comp strives to provide best-in-class claims management services to our clients. As a customer you can expect:
A Partner In Controlling Costs
Sedgwick saves our customers millions of dollars each year. We become a lasting partner, providing a comprehensive cost management approach.
Due to Ohio’s unique workers’ compensation system, Sedgwick specializes in providing Ohio businesses with the most effective cost management tools available in our state.
Sedgwick has the capability to create and customize reports based on unique requirements. We are able to provide our customers with 24-hour access to our systems and electronic workflows.
- Proactive Claims Management
- Team-Based Approach
- Open Customer Communication
Risk Management Services
- Group Rating
- Retrospective Rating
- Group Retrospective Rating
- Safety Consultation
- Deductible Program
- Unemployment Program Management
Non-Legal Hearing Representation
- Experienced Hearing Representatives
- Effective Hearing Management