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WorkCompResearch Adds New Features: Custom Comparison Report Generator, UR and Med Bill Info

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Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – WorkCompResearch (WCR), the nations' leading workers' compensation Compliance and Regulatory Research System, has recently been enhanced with a new Custom Comparison Report Generator (CCRG), designed to allow members to create and print instant comparative reports for a variety of compliance topics for up to 53 jurisdictions. The CCRG is based on a more limited Topic Comparison service previously offered in the WCR Compliance Center.

WorkCompResearch is one of several comprehensive data services offered by WorkersCompensation.com.

The report generator is now positioned with the State Comparative Charts that the company has maintained for years, but, according to Robert Wilson, WorkersCompensation.com President & CEO, the CCRG represents the future of WCR comparative data systems. “The Comparison Report Generator is the first generation of dynamic data manipulation, and represents the future for our custom information delivery services”, Wilson says. “Eventually our 50 State Comparative Charts will be driven by similar systems, being dynamically generated for the end user in real time, and on demand.”

According to Wilson, the underlying system will allow the WCR service to provide even greater flexibility for their subscribers, while easing the maintenance burden on their Compliance Department.

In addition to the Comparison Report Generator, which is now available in a beta format, the WCR service is expanding its Compliance offering with the addition of comprehensive Utilization Review and Medical Billing information. Kathy Lella, VP of Compliance and Research for WorkersCompensation.com, says that these additional topic areas have been among the most requested from the company's existing subscribers.

For more information, visit WorkCompResearch.com or WorkersCompensation.com.

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