The Computer Company
|Industry||Computer time-sharing services|
|Fate||Sold to Blue Cross Blue Shield Association|
|Founded||1970Richmond, Virginia, United Statesin|
|Founder||Walter R. Witschey|
|North America minimum|
The company was founded in 1970 by Walter R. Witschey, who was then an IBM computer researcher.
In 1981, the state of Louisiana fined the company three times for failing to fulfill its contract to process Medicaid claims. Witschey said the firm's problems stemmed from a very high pend rate among Louisiana insurance claimants.
- Foster, Richard (March 14, 2007). "Walter Witschey Is Having the Time of His Life". Style Weekly. Richmond, Virginia: Landmark Media Enterprises.
- "APL Programs in Use At Miami Convention". Computerworld. Framingham, Massachusetts: International Data Group (IDG). July 12, 1972.
- Laberis, Bill (September 7, 1981). "La. Medicaid Processor Fined for Third Time". Computerworld. Framingham, Massachusetts: International Data Group (IDG). p. 11.