An insurance processor or claims processor is responsible for handling the entire claims process from acquiring personal information from potential policyholders for the insurance application to reviewing claim submissions. They regularly interface with insurance agents and beneficiaries to accurately and efficiently process claim payments. Insurance claims processors must also have a thorough understanding of policies, regulations, and coverage limits to perform additional job duties such as fielding customer inquiries, calculating claim values, issue payments, and ensuring the accuracy of insurance company records. Insurance policy processing clerks may work for individual insurance carriers or at an insurance company, firm, or corporation.
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Insurance Claims Processor responsibilities
Communicate regularly with insurance agents, policyholders, beneficiaries, and more to prepare claim forms and other related documentation
Review and verify personal information including names, addresses, ages, assets, and other data when reviewing claim submissions
Adhere to company policies and local, state, and federal guidelines when facilitating insurance processing
Evaluate insurance policy coverage and calculate respective claim amounts to issue premiums, adjustments, refunds, and more
Keep track of policy records and perform data entry to maintain accurate client information
Insurance Claims Processor qualifications
Associate’s degree in business administration or other related field a plus; high school diploma or GED mandatory
Data entry, recordkeeping, or insurance claims computer programs experience highly beneficial
Should have some years of experience fielding phone calls and emails in a high-volume setting such as in a customer service representative position
Must have strong critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, and communication skills
Fluency in CRM, basic computer systems like Microsoft Office, and/or risk assessment software required
Insurance Claims Processor compensation
$34,092 (National Average)
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