WCIO (Workers Compensation Insurance Organizations) is a voluntary,
not-for-profit association of organizations statutorily authorized,
licensed in, and actively engaged in, as one of its current and active
functions, the business of establishing rates, advisory rates, or advisory
loss costs for the workers’ compensation insurance industry in at least one
(1) state. The mission of the WCIO is to benefit the workers’ compensation
insurance industry by enabling efficiencies related to the submission of
standardized data and promoting DCO best practices. Data specifications are
available for policy information, unit statistical reporting, experience
modifications, detailed claim information, and individual case reports.
The Full Members of the WCIO are:
Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California
Compensation Rating Bureau, Inc.
- Indiana Compensation
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts
Advisory Organization of Michigan
Workers' Compensation Insurers Association, Inc.
Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc.
Jersey Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau
York Compensation Insurance Rating Board
Carolina Rate Bureau
- Pennsylvania Compensation
- Wisconsin Compensation
The Associate Members of the WCIO are:
Services Office, Inc.
to Become an Associate Member
The following WCIO committees make recommendations to the WCIO
Board for action, as appropriate:
Actuarial Advisory Committee (AAC)
Administration Committee (WAC)
Policy Research Advisory Committee (PRAC)
Advisory Committee (DAC)
Electronic Data Interchange Committee (EDI)
task groups are formed by the EDI Committee, as needed, to address specific
issues with the specifications. Project task group results are
presented to the EDI Committee as changes or recommendations. The EDI has one standing task group: XML Technical