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  • Series: Claims Focus
    In the Digital Era – Claims Insights

    Issue: Mar 12, 2019| Life | English

    Digital applications can make processes in the insurance industry faster and simpler. This benefits both the client and the insurer. This article gives an overview of digital developments in the different phases of the claims assessment process.

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  • Don't Forget Your Free Underwriting Tool - The World Wide Web

    By Joe Curtin | Dec 11, 2018 | English

    With advancing technology and evolving underwriting tools, it may be easy to overlook what has now become an “old standard”, the World Wide Web. Underwriters routinely use numerous screening tools to help assess whether applicants meet the requirements...

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  • Current State of Group Medical EOI Applications

    By Joe Iannetti | Jul 31, 2018 | English

    This past May, Gen Re released the results of our Group Medical Evidence of Insurability Underwriting Survey. The survey covered Group Life, LTD and STD products with a focus on how companies staff and process their Evidence of Insurability (EOI) applications....

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  • Making the Connection With Disability Insurance

    By Steve Woods | May 14, 2018 | English

    I have never sold insurance; however, in my 25 years in the insurance business I have worked with a lot of salespeople. During this time, I’ve made an elementary discovery: It is easier to sell an insurance product to someone that understands the need...

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