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Xerox inks contract renewal worth $89 million

Rochester Business Journal
September 12, 2013

The Office of Workers' Compensation Programs has signed a three-year, $89 million contract renewal with Xerox Corp. to manage medical bills.

Under the agreement, Xerox will continue to provide medical and pharmacy bill processing, bills resolution, provider enrollment and call-center support for the agency, as well as imaging and Web portal management. 

The Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, under the Federal Department of Labor manages disability compensation programs, including the Federal Employees' Compensation Act program, the Black Lung Benefits Act program and the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.

Xerox now processes daily more than 60,000 paper and electronic claims for the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, company officials said.

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