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Atlanta Ro's 2/14/2011 Numbers


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ATLANTA RO

Week ..........................................% of Claims OVER 125 Days ........................................# of claims OVER 125 Days

12/6/2010 .....................................................45.9%......................................................................12,338

12/13/2010....................................................46.8%......................................................................12,714

12/20/2010....................................................47.9%......................................................................13,166

12/27/2010....................................................49.5%......................................................................13,784

01/03/2011....................................................51.3%......................................................................14,306

01/10/2011....................................................53.1%......................................................................14,906

01/15/2011....................................................54.4%......................................................................15,345

01/31/2011....................................................57.6%......................................................................16,491

02/07/2011....................................................59.1%..................................................................... 17,191

02/14/2011....................................................59.2%......................................................................17,360

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JHwks,

You are aware that many members already check these on their own - right.

Atlanta sure isn't the only VARO with difficulties.

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just showing the trend at Atlanta via the numbers they publish.

Was that a little slap on my hand? LOL

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baltimore wins with 66.6% over 125 days. exactly 2/3 rds. DO you think that was a goal they set :)?

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ATLANTA RO

Week ..........................................% of Claims OVER 125 Days ........................................# of claims OVER 125 Days

12/6/2010 .....................................................45.9%......................................................................12,338

12/13/2010....................................................46.8%......................................................................12,714

12/20/2010....................................................47.9%......................................................................13,166

12/27/2010....................................................49.5%......................................................................13,784

01/03/2011....................................................51.3%......................................................................14,306

01/10/2011....................................................53.1%......................................................................14,906

01/15/2011....................................................54.4%......................................................................15,345

01/31/2011....................................................57.6%......................................................................16,491

02/07/2011....................................................59.1%..................................................................... 17,191

02/14/2011....................................................59.2%......................................................................17,360

Check out Reno's

62.5% over 125 Days total of 4375 that are still pending.

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just showing the trend at Atlanta via the numbers they publish.

Was that a little slap on my hand? LOL

Good gosh NO, no need to get testy, just saying people all ready look at the RO's workloads

(these are nothing new) and those stats don't really tell chit about what's really going on and it's

certainly no way to actually judge what's really happening as far as claims go.

Every VARO has a backlog as does BVA and to continue posting about it doesn't

change or help a damned thing.

New members come here and see you posting about the Atlanta VARO

and they feel like they have no chance with their claim issues right from the get go.

A new one comes out every week - I guess I'm just kind of wondering if you feel

a need to post it each week and if so why ?

It would probably be more helpful to people if you posted a link so people

could check their VARO.

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