This class focuses on the fundamentals of Unit Statistical data reporting and its basic rules and requirements and includes an overview of NCCI’s Statistical Plan, Unit Statistical Reporting Guidebook, and other resources needed for Unit data reporting.
This session focuses on the Unit Report Control (URC) program. It covers how to use the URC feature in the Unit Data Collection tool to monitor timely submissions and receipt of Unit Statistical data and how to deactivate URC records.
Learn how to submit ER Split Data, due dates, and what’s expected in this Overview of Experience Rating (ER) Split Data training module.
Learn about NCCI’s Data Quality Incentive Program (DQIP), applicable to policies, units, validation edits, and DCI, including the program’s criteria and calculating the incentive factor.
View details on using Unit Data Collection to search for Unit Statistical data. Learn how to navigate through the tool, view the latest report values, and identify outstanding edits.
Unit Data Collection's current view and historical view.
See how to correct and update your Unit Statistical data. Learn how to add 1st and subsequent reports as well as exposure and claim records.
Get details on using the
Unit Data Collection—Validation Feature for responding to validation suspect conditions.
This session focuses on unit data submission files (WCSTAT format) and processing topics. The session also addresses the differences between reporting a WCSTAT files versus updates using the Unit Data Collection tool.
Review the workflow for responding to validation suspect conditions using the submissions result report.
Review the workflow for responding to validation suspect conditions.
Review the workflow for responding to post-submission validation suspect conditions.
This session introduces the Unit data validation process flow and discusses why NCCI validates Unit Statistical data. The session explains why data providers must address validation edits, using the review, research, and respond methodology.
This session shows you how to research and address standard unit edits through specific edit examples, such as 0115-05—Recovery Type Code Change Is Not Valid. It includes common reasons why the edits invoke and actions to take to correct the edits.
This session shows you how to address unit validation edits through specific examples, such as L804—Part of Body Coding Is Inconsistent Across Report Levels. It includes common reasons why the edits invoke and actions to address the validation edits.
This session explains how to understand standard unit edits through the use of the Unit Statistical Edit and Validation Matrix. It demonstrates how to find edits on data reports, and how to navigate Unit Data Collection to search and address the edits.
This session focuses on reviewing the Validation feature in the Unit Data Collection tool. It covers how to search for validation edits and use the displayed information to aid in addressing your validation suspect conditions for Unit data.
This session focuses on the features of the Data Manager Dashboard for Unit Statistical data. It covers how to monitor Unit data quality and timeliness. It demonstrates the Unit Validation views that allows tracking and resolution of validation edits.
This session will show you how to use the Data Manager Dashboard tool to monitor your results for the Data Quality Incentive Program, Regulator Exception Program, and Carrier Report Card.
This session focuses on reporting requirements for specific exposure and premium topics, such as reporting of single state vs. multistate policies, minimum premium and no exposure development, and per capita, ratable, and nonratable exposures.
This session focuses on Unit Statistical reporting requirements for specific claim, loss, and expense topics. The session explains what losses and expenses are reported for medical and indemnity fields, ALAE versus ULAE, and special claim conditions.
This session focuses on Unit Statistical reporting requirements for federal coverage acts. The acts include USL&HW and its extensions, Federal Employers Liability Act, Admiralty Law, and Federal Mine Safety and Health Act.
This class covers the Unit Statistical reporting rules that affect Experience Rating (ER) and the data used for ER calculations. Detailed rules include for Deductibles, Subrogation Recoveries, noncompensable/fraudulent claims, and ER Split Data.
This class provides reporting requirements related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics include claim reporting of COVID-19 disease, adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccinations, exposure from paid furloughed employees, and premium audit exception.
This session focuses on the fundamentals of Financial Call reporting and includes an overview of the Financial Call Reporting Guidebook. It covers call components, recommended workflow, and available resources.
This session covers the basic features and functionality of the Financial Data Collection tool. It covers how to enter and update deviations, entering data, and navigating through the tool. This session is part one of the Financial Data Collection Series.
This session covers editing, correcting, validating data, and adding explanations using the Financial Data Collection tool. It also covers submitting Call data and compliance forms. This session is part two of the Financial Data Collection Series.
This session covers an overview of NCCI’s validation of Financial Call data edits, potential drivers, and next steps when resolving these items.
This session provides an overview of the Aggregate Data Quality Incentive Program (ADQIP) and its components, applicability, and assessments. It will cover how to view information related to ADQIP in the Data Manager Dashboard.
This session examines reporting rules for deriving the DSR Level Premium and detailed instructions on the two methods—Average Deviation and Extending Exposures. It covers other topics, such as deviation history and other Financial Call premium types.
This session provides an understanding of complex Financial data topics, focusing on premium, losses, claim counts, and expense reporting.
This session provides the fundamentals of reporting Policy data and includes an overview of the Policy and Proof of Coverage Reporting Guidebook.
This interactive session educates you on name and address linking for policy and POC reporting.
Learn the basics of Policy Data Collection. This webinar helps you navigate through the tool and assists you in understanding the overall functionality of Policy Data Collection.
This session takes an in-depth look on how to use the Policy Data Collection tool.
This session provides guidance on managing policy edits.
This session focuses on NCCI’s Proof of Coverage (POC) service for Policy data. Topics covered include specific error conditions and guidance on how to use NCCI’s extensive resources to identify, correct, and prevent outstanding POC edits.
This session provides an overview of Data Manager Dashboard for Policy data reporting. It covers how to monitor your Policy data quality and timeliness.
This session provides an understanding of complex name and address linking scenarios to ensure correct employer coverage is reported through Proof of Coverage.
This session provides insight into reporting requirements for more intricate Policy data.
This session provides an overview of NCCI’s Proof of Coverage (POC) process. Topics include adding, changing, and ending coverage and correcting previously reported Policy data.
Review information on the structure, rules, resources, expectations, and due dates for the Indemnity Data Call.
Get a detailed explanation of the Quarterly Record highlighting the data elements, file submission requirements, and how to change or update the records.
Get a detailed explanation of the Transactional Record including the data elements, file submission requirements, and how to change or update the records.
This session will help you understand the importance of reviewing your in-house codes to ensure that you are properly mapping to the corresponding NCCI codes for the Indemnity Data Call.
This session covers the certification process, which is necessary to submit Indemnity data files to NCCI. Certification allows you to submit test files to ensure that Indemnity data files can be received and processed correctly in our system.
This session will help you understand the editing process for the Indemnity Data Call.
This webinar will explain how to make changes to your Indemnity Data to ensure the greatest quality.
This class introduces the Indemnity Incentive Program, including the program components and criteria, and shows how to review performance using the Indemnity Data Collection tool.
This session focuses on common reporting issues and reasonable reporting validation of the Indemnity Data Call (IDC). It covers critical fields and how to report them correctly to enhance your IDC data quality.
Learn about the general rules for reporting the Medical Data Call including how it’s used, record layouts, data exclusions, and available resources.
Explore submission and certification rules for the Medical Data Call including how files are processed and the steps for certification including set up, testing, and approval.
Learn about the different types of edits, error tolerance levels, and the three stages of editing in this module.
This webinar will help you understand the Key Field Change Process for the Medical Data Call.
Review information to assist you in reporting data elements with more complex definitions.
Focus on the reporting rules for unique medical payment transactions.
This session focuses on NCCI’s validation of the Medical Data Call and the effects of data issues on data usage. It covers NCCI’s approach to identifying data reporting outliers, carrier outreach, and expectations for corrective action.
Get an overview of the Detailed Claim Information program, including its purpose and the resources available.
Review the rules for submitting original, subsequent, and replacement reports for Detailed Claim Information.
Review the submission, editing, and validation process of Detailed Claim Information.
Review details on reporting specific data elements for Detailed Claim Information.
Learn how to use the DCI Quality Observations feature to view and monitor the results of your observations about your DCI data.