LINQ Expands TITAN Nutrition Claims Solution to Ohio and Montana

LINQ, creator of leading nutrition program solutions, has expanded its TITAN nutrition claims submission solution to Ohio and Montana. This expansion equips more state agencies and K-12 school districts with effective nutrition program reimbursement methods.

The claims solution integrates directly with the participating states’ claims portals, allowing district administrators to easily verify, audit and submit their claims from the TITAN platform. Claims are seamlessly submitted to the state agency, expediting reimbursement and improving the accuracy of claim submissions because districts don’t have to manually re-enter information from one system to another.

“We work very closely with each state agency and K-12 school district to understand their needs and build solutions that support the effective management of their nutrition program,” said Mike Borges, President, State & Nutrition Solutions at LINQ. “Since individuals spend a lot of time on district nutrition programs, we made sure that our solution saves time and helps education leaders navigate the complexities that come with it. This is especially important given the staffing shortages that many districts are facing.”

Austintown School District in Ohio is one of many districts to have already filed claims through LINQ’s claims solution. The district, a customer since 2012, uses numerous LINQ solutions including TITAN, with a school store website, menus, production, ordering, purchasing and biometric scanning.

“The TITAN platform has lifted the stress off our administrators when it comes to the claim filing process,” said Alexis Weber, Director of Food Services at Austintown Local School District. “Previously, our staff had to collaborate back and forth through many different channels just to get our claims approved. The reimbursements have been coming back quicker than ever thanks to TITAN Claims.”

In addition to being available in Ohio and Montana, TITAN Claims will also soon be available in South Carolina, Virginia, Wyoming and Idaho.

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