What is a Third-Party Administrator (TPA)?

A third-party administrator is a company that provides operational services such as claims processing and management under contract to another company. Insurance companies and self-insured companies often outsource their claims processing to third parties. Thus, such companies are often called third-party claims administrators. The use of third-party administrators is now common in many businesses, and…

Does your TPA provide an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) ??

Providing a safe working environment for your employees starts with your Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) coupled with a TPA that gets the big picture.  An IIPP is a written safety plan that helps you find and fix hazards in the workplace, before anyone is hurt. In California, the IIPP has been a legal…

COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation: What You Need to Know

The NCCI has received numerous questions in the last few weeks regarding COVID-19 and the impact it may have on the workers compensation industry. These frequently asked questions (FAQs) are intended to be the start of a series of responses that will address questions NCCI receives. Please review NCCI’s Basic Manual for Workers Compensation and Employers…

Action Tribal Administrators is a Native American Owned company.

  Traci Alexander is the Owner of Action Tribal Administrators and belongs to the Cherokee Tribe of Oklahoma. Traci was awarded a Bachelor of Business Administration from Northeastern State University and specializes in Project Management. Traci aims to provide cutting-edge competitive claims administration that both leverages and protects a Tribe’s sovereignty and immunity while achieving…

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Tribal Claims

Determining a defendant’s liability in a claims case is an in-depth task, one which requires diligence and attention to detail. As a result, defendants often turn to claims management companies to assess the claim brought against them. The same goes for claims cases in tribal court, as opposed to state or federal court. The state…