A pilot project to ease identification of patients who have insurance coverage from more than one payer is expanding nationwide.

The goal is to make coordination of benefits easier for insurers, providers and patients. Industry advocacy group CAQH worked with 11 national and large regional insurers in 2013 to develop COB Smart, and went live in 15 states in February 2014. Now, the program is being offered in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, starting with the original payers while recruiting other insurers not yet on board.

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