Employers of Any Size Can Now Benefit From Dependent Eligibility Audits Thanks to New Audit Toolkit

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New Dependent Check Audit Toolkit allows employers with less than 500 employees the ability to conduct dependent eligibility audits internally.

Large employers have realized over $125 million in health plan savings during the last few years by conducting outsourced dependent eligibility audits with Chapman Kelly. Now, employers with less than 500 employees have access to the same cost-saving product at a price that will fit any budget.

Chapman Kelly, the preferred audit solution of over 30 Fortune 500 clients, has just launched the Dependent Check Audit Toolkit. This innovative self-service resource provides employers with the tools and knowledge that is necessary to perform an effective dependent eligibility audit on their employee population. The Dependent Check Audit Toolkit contains the best practices, communication templates, timelines, and other resources developed by one of the pioneers within the dependent eligibility audit industry.

The Dependent Check Audit Toolkit enables employers of any size to capitalize on the cost-savings and compliance benefits that dependent eligibility audits provide. Employers who use the Audit Toolkit will avoid the risk of making critical errors that can cause a dependent eligibility audit to be disruptive and ineffective.

About Chapman Kelly:
Chapman Kelly has conducted audits for over 30 Fortune 500 companies. Chapman Kelly is a trusted industry resource on cost-saving strategies within the health care marketplace. Chapman Kelly's services include Dependent Eligibility Audits, Medical Claim Audits, and other cost containment services. Its clients rate Chapman Kelly's customer service at levels higher than some of the most revered companies in the nation.

For additional information please visit dependentcheck.com.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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