1. Health care claim forms
2. Health claim attachments
3. Health care encounter information (like the doctor's or nurse's notes in the doctor's file)
4. Eligibility for a health plan
5. Enrollment in medical insurance – like Blue Cross or Aetna
6. Health plan premiums
7. Health care payments
8. Dis-enrollment from medical insurance
9. Health care claim status
10.Coordination of health care benefits
11.Medical referral authorizations and certifications
12.Last but not least – First Report of Injury
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