TASC’s Claim ConneX Adds United Health Care Company of River Valley

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TASC’s innovative Claim ConneX feature has expanded its reach again by adding these latest carriers.

TASC, a national leader in employee benefit plans administration has established a claim feed connection with United Health Care Company of River Valley. Every week more and more insurance carriers are getting on board with DirectPay’s great Claim ConneX option.

Claim ConneX simplifies the employee benefits claim process, making life easier for employers and their employees. Using state-of-the-art technology, Claim ConneX allows employers to take advantage of instant carrier file transmissions. This process provides higher quality service with less chance for errors and communication breakdown. With a DirectPay Plan, also known as a Health Reimbursement Arrangement, employers control the cost of their employee benefits and encourage employees to spend wisely on their medical care. All employer contributions to the Plan are tax deductible to the employer and are tax-free to the employee.

The addition of makes this convenient, secure and safe service available to more employers and employees.

Some of the insurance carriers already connected to Claim ConneX include: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arkansas, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Group Health Plan: Coventry Health Care Plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Physicians Plus Insurance Corporation.

About TASC
Based in Madison, Wisconsin, TASC’s services include AgriPlanNOW, BizPlanNOW, COBRAToday, DirectPay, ERISAEdge, FlexSystem, FMLAMatters, PayPath, and RetireeBilling. TASC provides over 60,000 sole proprietors, family farmers and business owners nationwide with innovative, tax advantaged employee benefit programs. For more information visit: http://www.tasconline.com.

Bruce Stein, Public Relations & Communications Director

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