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NADP Surveys

NADP/LIMRA Claims Processing Metrics Survey

The Claims Processing Metrics Survey has been a research partnership between LIMRA and NADP since 2005. The survey content includes data on various claims processing metrics, the prevalence of electronic claim filing and resolution, quality metrics utilization, risk-based benefits and other EDI-related topics.

Due Date: June 22, 2017
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NADP Network Administration Survey

This is a new survey for NADP. 
Among the topics to be covered in the survey are Narrow Networks, Credentialing, Contracting, Directory Management, Staffing, Provider Payments and Discounts, and Network Utilization.

A note to Delta plans: Due to the nature of the survey, DDPA is no longer able to respond to this survey on your behalf. Each Delta plan will need to respond separately in order to be included in NADP’s new Network research. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Jerry Berggren, NADP Director of Research.

Due Date: July 31, 2017
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LIMRA/NADP Sales Survey

The U.S. Group Dental Plans survey has been updated to include worksite products for the first time. The new form can be found at the link below. Your participation in this research effort makes it possible for LIMRA and NADP to provide reliable and comprehensive data about the dental benefits industry.

Due date: May 5, 2017
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NADP 2016 Enrollment Survey

The 2016 NADP Enrollment Report is the cornerstone of all of NADP's Statistical Reports on the dental benefits industry. This survey is for any company offering a dental plan or dental benefits embedded within medical plans. Your participation in this research effort makes it possible for NADP to provide reliable and comprehensive data about the dental benefits industry.

Due date extended: May 26, 2017
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 *All survey availability dates are approximate.