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Hybrid Premium Audit Prep – Update to Last Week’s Article

Hybrid Premium Audit Prep – Changing the Paradigm For Employers Last week, I promised that I would write or update an article to the Zoom Hybrid premium audit article.  Most of what this article covers are the same as the in-person and hybrid premium audit prep that I have covered

Zoom Hybrid Premium Audits Becoming Standard Procedure

Zoom Hybrid Premium Audits – Not Just Temporary Pandemic Fix I had thought Zoom hybrid premium audits were going to fade away once the pandemic settles down to allow in-person meetings again.   Since the beginning of the pandemic, one new type of premium audit came to the forefront. Clients contacted

Physical Premium Audits – COVID 19 Removed The Physical Part

Will Today’s Hybrid Audits Ever Return to Physical Premium Audits? First – let us define the three types of audits in this article – Short Definitions Hybrid -the records are usually reviewed offsite -technology has allowed much easier access to employer records without having a “physical presence” at the employers’

Hybrid Premium Audits Still Allowed For Larger Employers

Mail-In and Hybrid Premium Audits Possible With Technology Hybrid Premium audits are becoming more popular every year due to technological advancements.  Securely scanning and emailing documents lessened the need for in-person audits by the workers’ comp premium auditor. The two terms that seemed to raise the most questions were mail-in

Hybrid Premium Audits Good Bad Points With Technology Assistance

Hybrid Premium Audits May Become Future of Audits (Almost) Most Hybrid Premium Audits on a Workers Comp policy are when the insurance company auditor asks for the material required to perform the audit without visiting the client’s business. As the Internet has made the flow of information much easier, hybrid

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