The New York Workers' Compensation Board has adopted the IAIABC standard for Claims transactions.
It is necessary for all insurance carriers to file First Report of Injury (FROI) and Subsequent Report of Injury (SROI) data to the New York State Workers' Compensation Board electronically. Such filings may be completed by obtaining access to the Board's web-based IAIABC eClaims Data Entry application. There is no charge for electronic filing using the Board's web-based application.
The eClaims data entry web application is primarily for low-volume filers, but it is not limited solely to that group.
Testing and validation must begin on or before an entity is scheduled for testing/go-live in the Implementation Plan. Entities may begin filing via web data entry earlier than their scheduled go-live date if they have successfully completed the testing requirements.
For R3.0 Testing, testing is described in the eClaims R3.0 Implementation Guide.
For R3.1 Testing, testing is described in the eClaims R3.1 Implementation Guide.
Access to eClaims Data Entry must be requested by the eClaims Administrator through the eClaims Administrator application.
- eClaims Homepage
- eClaims EDI R3.0
- eClaims EDI R3.1
- eClaims News
- eClaims Presentations
- Trading Partner Registration
- Trading Partner Online Services
- eClaims Inquiry
- eClaims Data Entry
- eClaims Administrator Responsibilities
- Trading Partner Webinars
- Process for Section 21-a and Claims Paid Without Liability
- Send your R3.0 questions to: eClaims@wcb.ny.gov
- Send your R3.1 questions to: eClaims31@wcb.ny.gov