CodeBlue's 2019 Summit Focuses on the Value of Communication
CodeBlue’s 2019 Contractor Summit was held in downtown Springfield, OH on June 18-19. The summit was hosted by CodeBlue’s owners, Dan Wilson and Paul Gross
One hundred and fifty contractors attended and were given a tour of the scientific, state-of-the-art Flood House educational facility located on the Clark State College campus.
The two-day summit focused on the value of communication and how working together -while holding the responsible parties accountable- can provide an experience that will exceed the policyholder’s expectations.
When a homeowner experiences a loss, it’s a disruptive, stressful event as they face the unknown while also worrying about the damage to their home and personal effects. Research shows that effective, accurate communication will facilitate a good policyholder outcome.
To drive that point home, contractors were asked to join a panel with one of CodeBlue’s largest insurance carriers to discuss how the policyholder’s experience could be further elevated. The outcome was positive and laid a foundation for a promising future.
CodeBlue and our restoration network scientifically manages hundreds of new property losses every day. Taking a scientific, proactive approach and using advanced technology guarantees the best outcome for our policyholders and insurers.
CodeBlue, LLC is the leading independent Third Party Administrator (TPA) for the property and casualty insurance industry working in the emerging water mitigation industry. It is the leading provider of end-to-end claims management outsourcing solutions and focuses on Scientific Accountability and Scientific Accuracy to achieve Scientific Outcomes. CodeBlue returns policyholders to pre-loss condition in the fastest, most efficient, and least disruptive manner possible. It has more than 3,100 contractors covering all zip codes in the U.S., and using new technologies, proprietary software and its unique process improvement methodologies to deliver better results for carriers and their policyholders.