About Us

We are Daisybill, we fix the problems of workers' compensation billing.

Our Story

Short version

At DaisyBill, we come to work every day because we want to solve the problems of workers’ compensation billing. The billing process for workers’ comp is a mess. Everyone has to jump through too many hoops, and nobody is happy with how it works: not doctors, not insurance companies, not claims administrators, employers, legislators, attorneys…and not injured workers.

We can fix this.

DaisyBill is cloud-based software for providers to electronically submit and manage workers’ compensation medical bills. Our founders spent decades in the industry and saw just how broken the system had become—and how to make it work. They built a technology solution that makes work comp billing more efficient, more transparent, and just plain better. While DaisyBill makes workers’ comp a win-win for all stakeholders, our clients absolutely love us. Bills get paid easily and quickly, and DaisyBillers can finally take control of their difficult work comp billing.


Long version

Catherine Montgomery and Sarah Moray founded DaisyBill in 2011, with the belief that smart technology could make workers’ compensation better for everybody. Between them, they had two decades of experience in medical billing and workers’ compensation. They had already founded ClarityMBR.com which, at the time, was one of the most visited workers' comp sites in California.

Their years in medical billing gave them first-hand knowledge of exactly how difficult it is to get paid for treating injured workers. With the changes brought by SB 863, Catherine and Sarah saw an opportunity to make the billing process better for doctors, patients, and insurers. The two friends realized that the new legislation opened the door to a host of systemic benefits, including electronic billing, information transparency, and speedy bill processing. Catherine and Sarah started DaisyBill to bring those benefits to California's workers' compensation community.

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The Difficulty of Workers' Compensation

Workers’ compensation medical billing is an unwieldy compromise of a system that discourages providers, deprives injured workers, frustrates legislators’ best intentions, and presents an irresistible moral hazard to many participants in the system (yes, we used the word “moral”).

Medical providers need to navigate an endlessly complex regulatory system if they want to get paid for treating patients hurt on the job. The workers’ comp system is vastly more complicated and more rule-bound than regular health insurance, and the administrative burden can be crushing for both doctors and insurers.

Within this landscape, many medical providers are reluctant or completely unwilling to treat injured workers. Catherine and Sarah saw first-hand how a broken billing system limits injured workers' access to the quality care they deserve.

Workers' Compensation … Can Actually Work

Catherine and Sarah envisioned a more functional workers’ comp system wherein easily prepared bills moved through claims administration smoothly. A system where payments were consistent and timely. And most importantly, a system where injured workers have increased access to quality care.

Sarah and Catherine founded DaisyBill and poured their workers’ comp expertise into DaisyBill’s foundation. In conjunction with founding developer Ben Liscio, they built DaisyBill around the needs of workers’ compensation professionals. What started as a system designed to simplify workers’ compensation billing has blossomed into a complete workers’ compensation billing management suite. Every time a new pain point or new complexity arises for our users, DaisyBill’s offerings evolve to meet and overcome them.

Catherine Montgomery

Co-Founder

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Catherine Montgomery

Co-Founder

Catherine has spent her career on the cutting edge of medical billing technology solutions. In 2005, she co-founded Clarity Medical Billing Resources with Sarah Moray. Clarity was a free and trusted resource for all parties involved in workers’ compensation. As the need for simplicity and transparency became more apparent, Catherine and Sarah transitioned out of Clarity to lead the way at DaisyBill.

Catherine attended Vanderbilt University and graduated with a B.A. in Economics. You won’t find her without her sidekick Tara, a four-year-old Pomeranian whose joyful and occasionally noisy presence in the office practically warrants a separate bio.

Sarah Moray

Co-Founder

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Sarah Moray

Co-Founder

Got a workers’ comp question? Sarah has your answer. From ground-level experience working in medical practices to private consulting and her work at Clarity and DaisyBill, she has dedicated her professional life to illuminating a process that many people see as a losing proposition – that is, until they meet Sarah.

When she’s not busy making worker’s compensation a win-win experience, you can find this U.C. Santa Barbara alum camping under the stars or experimenting with new pasta recipes.

Ben Liscio

Co-founder/CTO

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Ben Liscio

Co-founder/CTO

Erstwhile Vermonter Ben Liscio became DaisyBill’s founding developer after stints as a web developer and music producer. Now he manages our development team. That means he keeps our product running, and constantly explores how it can better serve our clients. He is proud to help solve problems for people in need of solutions.

A graduate of Belmont University, Ben is an ace in the kitchen and loves to relax by soaking in the beauty of upstate New York.

Jenny Liu

Factotum

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Jenny Liu

Factotum

Jenny has 16 years experience in marketing, customer development, and using her powerful skills of persuasion for good. Jenny practiced corporate law for several years before working with startups and new ventures, both in-house and as a consultant.

Jenny has a B.S. in Linguistics and Psychology from U.C. Berkeley, an M.A. in Art History from NYU, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. When not thinking about DaisyBill, she's binge-watching HBO series while pretending to embroider, knit, draw, or weave.

Danielle Danetra

VP, Product Development

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Danielle Danetra

VP, Product Development

Danielle doesn’t just listen to medical providers; she speaks their language.

Really. She spent over eight years working in medical practice support, so she’s uniquely qualified to help DaisyBill clients achieve their goals. As a contracting manager, she negotiated with private insurance carriers to ensure favorable rates and compliance. She also worked closely with attorneys on liens.

Danqing Wang

Designer

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Danqing Wang

Designer

Danqing is our UX/UI Designer. Responsible for our look and feel, she spends her days making sure our digital properties flow well, are intuitive, and look pixel perfect. She has spent the last 3 years at various NYC-based startups and digital agencies.

Danqing has a Bachelor of Art from The China Academy of Art and a Masters from NYU Tisch School of Art, Interactive Telecommunication Program.

When she’s not designing for DaisyBill, she’s exploring museums and galleries, skiing, felting, and drawing. Also, she's a crazy dog lover.

Kevin Fong

Operations Associate

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Kevin Fong

Operations Associate

Kevin is part of the compliance team at DaisyBill. He makes sure workers' compensation bills get where they need to go, and that everyone follows the rules.

Kevin has a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University at Buffalo and spends too much time on the pool table.

Conor O'Grady

Content Creative

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Conor O'Grady

Content Creative

Conor writes marketing and sales content. He’s been writing for various businesses, both on and offline, since 2014.

Conor has a B.A. in History from Rowan University, a license to teach social studies from the State of NJ, and a piece of paper that says he can teach English in other countries from Oxford TEFL Academy in Barcelona. He enjoys brevity and wit, which works out. His interests include traveling, reading everything, and being mediocre at boxing.

Chris Uhrich

Director of Sales

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Chris Uhrich

Director of Sales

Chris keeps DaisyBill growing, reaching out to providers and industry leaders to forge new partnerships. He’s worked in radiology and workers’ comp for the last 15 years,and holds a degree in History from Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania.

An 11 year football coaching veteran in the Catholic League of Philadelphia, Chris spends most of his free time coaching his three children in various sports.

Sue Honor-Vangerov

Regulatory Specialist

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Sue Honor-Vangerov

Regulatory Specialist

Sue is an all-around work comp rockstar, from her early days as a claims adjustor for SCIF to her position as Manager of the DWC Medical Unit.

She holds a degree in Business Administration from California State University, a J.D. from Abraham Lincoln University in LA, and is a Certified Professional Coder and Coding Instructor. She is the President of Honor System Consulting, which provides guidance on medical billing, IBR, and IMR.

Sue helps DaisyBill navigate everything, from legal issues to national expansion to provider education to billing dispute resolution. She is a two-time Jeopardy champion and performer who has directed and performed at Renaissance Faires for decades.

Chris O'Donnell

Developer

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Chris O'Donnell

Developer

With a passion to build and create, Chris worked in video game design before getting into web development for DaisyBill. An experienced consultant used to tackling complex problems, Chris brings creative, practical solutions to keep DaisyBill running strong.

In his free time, Chris enjoys a good book, cooking, playing the drums, and mildly challenging board games.

Ken Booser

Sales and Support Associate

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Ken Booser

Sales and Support Associate

Ken assists with new sales and customer support. Though he's a multilingual Global Studies ace who's lived in Spain and France for extended periods, Ken is forever a Texan, born and raised in the Lone Star State. Ken graduated in 2016 from UT Austin with a degree in International Relations. His interests include house music, traveling, and language.