As participants in this meeting, we need to be mindful of the constraints of antitrust laws. There shall be no discussions of agreements or concerted actions that may restrain competition. This prohibition includes the exchange of information concerning individual prices, rates, coverages, market practices, claims settlement practices, or any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation. Each participant is obligated to speak up immediately for the purpose of preventing any discussion falling outside these bounds.
To incorporate all potential business entities in the business processes with Status Services.
To work with the group to respond to Status Committee goals and timelines.
To provide an open working relationship with the Status Committee within the antitrust guidelines.
The purpose of the Status Committee is to begin committee work on the formats needed to allow electronic subrogation messages in the property casualty insurance industry. We are asking for responses and feedback from insurance carriers, subrogation vendors, subrogation investigators, subrogation attorneys, third party intermediaries, and software companies regarding all communications needed to complete the subrogation business within the property and casualty industry.
The CIECA Subrogation Committee was the original committee that worked on the standards that falls under the Status Services. In an effort to align the CIECA Committee’s with the CIECA Products, the Subrogation Committee was renamed Status Committee.
CIECA’s Status Committee’s goal is to develop and maintain messaging standards aimed at subrogation communication activities. Input was derived from insurance carriers, subrogation vendors, third party intermediaries and software companies regarding all communications needed to complete the subrogation communication and documentation of subrogation claims within the collision industry.
All business needs will be identified to enable electronic subrogation claims processing to move electronically between parties in the collision industry. Having standards enables the communication process to incorporate awareness of a business partners’ capacity. This development created the standards and tools for participants to enable bi-directional communication of data and messaging capability between all parties.
Third Party Administrators
Alternative Dispute Resolution Companies
Third Party Intermediaries (includes Software Companies)
Meet the team
If you have questions on the committee’s activities, please contact a recent attendee. If there is no date in column 1, they have not participated.