Compensation Data Exchange, LLC (CDX) was formed in 2003 to provide a common platform for insurance carriers and data collection organizations (DCOs) to exchange data that conforms to the industry approved WCIO format. CDX benefits its customers by providing a single location for SFTP/FTPS configuration and their fully redundant file transmission architecture ensures secure delivery of data to the recipient. In addition to file transmissions, CDX offers its customers products to satisfy DCO policy and unit statistical data reporting requirements as well as products to distribute experience rating information. While many of the DCOs offer data reporting tools on their respective, secured websites, CDX is committed to providing additional options for customers to meet statutory reporting obligations for policy and unit statistical data.
CDX enables the secure exchange of transactional workers’ compensation data by providing insurers and their data reporters a common platform for submitting data to and accessing data from DCOs. Specifically, CDX will:
- Provide insurers the tools and interfaces necessary for the timely and complete exchange of data with the DCOs that comprise the CDX membership.
- Facilitate data reporting in accordance with the WCIO’s national reporting standards.
- Seek continuous improvement to optimize the efficiency of the data exchange process and to respond to the evolving needs of insurers.
- Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California
- Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau, Inc.
- Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts
- Compensation Advisory Organization of Michigan
- Minnesota Workers' Compensation Insurers Association, Inc.
- New Jersey Compensation Rating & Inspection Bureau
- New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board
- North Carolina Rate Bureau
- Pennsylvania Compensation Rating Bureau
- Wisconsin Compensation Rating Bureau