New market driven solutions for today's resource-challenged public entities. Requested by clients. Developed by GHC industry leaders.
This is the amount George Hills Company (GHC) has collected for public entity clients since beginning our innovative Subrogation Recovery Program. This amount increases daily with our diligent pursuit of subrogation case resolution.
Contact GHC's Quality Assurance Manager, Kathleen Williams, at email@example.com for a performance-based review of YOUR entity's subrogation needs!
To date, 58 California entities, including 50 of California's 58 counties, have joined the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), a relatively new JPA focused on the efficient delivery of California mental health projects. Member counties jointly develop, fund, and implement mental health services, projects, and educational programs at the state, regional, and local levels. CalMHSA's work plan for implementing $130 million in Mental Health Service Act Funds was just approved by MHSOAC. Counties interested in joining the JPA should contact John E. Chaquica CPA, MBA, ARM, Chief Executive Officer, GHC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*measured by population
3043 Gold Canal Dr., Suite 200
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Phone: (916) 859-4800 / (855) GHC-ADJS [442-2357]
Lead and managed by long-time industry expert John E. Chaquica, MBA, CPA, ARM, Optimum Risk Advisers (ORA) works with your JPA's strategic team, executives and board – helping define challenges, develop solutions, and deliver comprehensive resources.
"Our company's foundation is built on over six decades of exceeding expectations while providing the highest quality, customer-focused claims administration (liability and property) services to self-insured public and private entities and insurance carriers."
- John E. Chaquica, CPA, MBA, ARM, Chief Executive Officer
For more than half a century, George Hills Company, Inc. (GHC) has continued to provide California's public sector and private insurance carriers best practice claims administration (liability and property) and litigation management services. Today, we are focused on providing turnkey management services to California JPAs too.
Known for our exceptional professionalism and low turnover of staff and clients, we have offices throughout California. Our corporate headquarters is located in Rancho Cordova, California, just outside of Sacramento. We employ 46 experienced professionals as well as 14 full-time executive assistants, and our firm is a member of California Association of Joint Powers Authorities (CAJPA), Public Agency Risk Management Association (PARMA), National Claims Professionals (NCP), and League of Cities.
GHC aspires to be California's most respected, leading TPA and JPA management firm. We are well on our way to reaching this vision because we think of our clients as partners, and we value our employees as our most important asset. A model to other service organizations, we build relationships with our employees the way we build relationships with our clients – with pride and respect.
September 15–18, 2015
South Lake Tahoe, CA
February 16-19, 2016
GHCapture® is GHC's state-of-the-art, proprietary mobile app developed for speed and ease in capturing claims incident-related pictures and videos - any time of the day, at any location. Our pioneering, innovative app expands GHC's best practices and claims handling processes in that it allows for the immediate taking, uploading, texting, and review of scene investigation photos or videos for subsequent use by the firm's designated claims examiners and/or team members.
All GHCapture photos and videos are automatically time-, date- and location-stamped before being uploaded to GHC's highly protected server, virtualized in the cloud. Captured photos or videos are delivered in email format with any messages from the GHCapture user to the designated claims handling team member at GHC.
Available for the iPhone and iPad platforms, as well as for the Android and related Android tablet platforms, GHCapture is downloaded to the user's device one time and appears as the GHC logo on the user's screen. Users are instructed to go to the Apple AppStore to download the app for the iPhone or iPad. If downloading to an Android cell phone or tablet, users should go to the Google Play Store. After downloading, the user enters his/her contact information, name of entity, department, and standard access code (which is personally provided to the user by calling the telephone number provided on the screen once downloaded).