Are YOUR Client Companies Profitable?

The business model of many PEO’s includes utilizing the resale of workers’ compensation as a profit margin. For this to be successful, the PEO must understand the liabilities and assets affiliated with each of their workers’ compensation policies and price them appropriately. Both guaranteed cost and loss sensitive platforms have many variables which need to be understood over the course of the policy term to do this successfully. Because of this, understanding profitability at a portfolio or even a policy level can sometimes be a challenge. Understanding the profitability of individual client companies within master policies or with exposures spread over multiple policies adds an additional level of complexity.

At RiskMD we are able to seamlessly solve this problem! By tracking assets (premium) and liabilities (claims) of each client company based on their unique FEIN we are able to understand loss ratios and loss/profit margins on each client company within a given book of business. This holds true regardless of how coverage for the client company is structured, i.e. master policies, MCP’s (multiple coordinated policies), client direct policies or a combination thereof. This also holds true year-over-year regardless of changes in carriers or policy structure for any given client company.

This analysis of each client company can be performed using the carrier’s billed premium or the PEO’s charged premium. This allows us to understand performance of clients and policies as the carrier would view them, giving us greater leverage for negotiating pricing at renewals. Additionally, this allows us to understand client and policy profitability to the PEO itself.

To learn more about RiskMD’s patented process and how to understand YOUR data, contact David Sink at (407)613-5489 or by email: dsink@riskmd.com

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