Top 4 blog posts from 2017

by Kem Snavely Frost on February 8, 2018

Here’s a look back on our top four blog posts of 2017. As our industry continues to evolve, will these be the same topics top of mind this year, or will there be totally new trends for 2018? Follow our blog as we discover and address them this year. We are excited to learn more together!


4. Identifying potential health risks in the insurance industry
Six trends that could change the life insurance risk landscape. Read more


3. Score applicants in real-time using health-based data
The launch of Risk Identifier™ combines clinical laboratory history and prescription history to provide underwriters an applicant-level score. Read more



2. Improved fasting guidelines
By improving our fasting guideline recommendations, applicants have the choice of more appointment times. Read more


1. Illicit drug use on the rise
With more American workers testing positive for illicit drug use than they have in the past 12 years, how can insurers detect this and protect their bottom line? Read more

Believing in our commitment

by Jessica Wahaus on January 30, 2018

Commitment is a common theme at ExamOne, and one that reaches all areas of our business. Our clients most often experience this commitment in face-to-face encounters with our account representatives, but there are many people behind the scenes who put clients first in all they do.

Meet Jane Strohm, Director, HR Business Partner for ExamOne. Jane has been part of our team for over three years and we’re pleased to introduce you to her. Read on to learn more about Jane and her commitment to our employees and our clients.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

I enjoy helping the ExamOne business succeed through good people strategies designed to engage our employees and provide world class products and services to our clients.

We talk a lot about commitment at ExamOne—how does that influence your role?

With a behind-the-scenes role where I don’t interact with clients regularly, I believe my commitment is in supporting the work our leaders and employees do to service our clients. That can vary daily based on the needs of our clients, departments, leaders and employees. Being committed to all means being flexible enough to change directions and realign based on the needs of our constituents.

What is your favorite quote and why?

You are braver than you know, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
AA Milne, Christopher Robin to Winnie the Pooh

I believe everyone needs a reminder that they can do and are more than they seem. How we treat others and believe in them makes working for them that much easier—just remember everything we do is for our clients and our team’s success.

How do you enjoy spending your free time?

I am a runner, and I recently completed my first marathon in January 2018. I am a soccer mom and love watching my daughter play. I also enjoy traveling with my husband and daughter and always have several trips planned each year.

Thanks for the memories

January 11, 2018 Carriers

There’s something about turning over the calendar page that makes us want to reflect. As we look ahead to an exciting 2018, it’s also a great time to look back on the journey we’ve taken with you — our clients — last year. Watch a special “Thank You” to our partners who are dedicated to […]

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Three ways we put people first during the exam

January 2, 2018 Carriers

ExamOne is committed to developing solutions that not only assist our clients and partners in meeting their business goals, but also enable individuals to become better informed about their health and empower them to lead the lives they want to live. That’s why we take great care in fine-tuning our exam experience so it is […]

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Holiday shopping for life insurance? The purchasing habits for 3 generations of consumers

December 21, 2017 Applicants

More than 174 million Americans purchased gifts between Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year — and millions more will before the end of the year. Shopping has become synonymous with the holidays for consumers of all ages. From older buyers being loyal to their favorite brands, to younger people doing extensive research online, seasonal […]

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Give the gift of life insurance this holiday season

December 7, 2017 Carriers

From Hatchimals to drones to the iPhone X, these are some of the hottest items appearing on holiday lists this year. However, how long until these items break or are replaced by a newer, cooler item? This season, consider wrapping up a gift that doesn’t go out of style – life insurance. It may not […]

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7 facts to know about opioid use

December 1, 2017 Carriers

Earlier this year we announced an expanded opioid panel for life insurers. This comes at a time where the American workforce is showing the highest positivity rate for illicit drugs in the past 12 years. This epidemic affects people of all ages, race, gender, incomes and educational backgrounds. These are the same individuals who could […]

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Let us be your extended new business team

December 1, 2017 #Committed2 You

Our Brokerage Sales team is committed to growing your business and the applicant’s experience. We look forward to working with you and your organization this year. Feel free to contact our dedicated team for more information.   Melanie Carter | Vice President, Sales Melanie has been an active professional in the insurance industry, servicing the paramedical needs for […]

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Are you seeing these 6 trends changing the life insurance risk landscape?

November 30, 2017 Carriers

Over the past decade there have been significant changes to the health risks Americans are facing. While the causes and potential solutions to these health issues are being debated, the rising number of Americans living with diabetes, hepatitis C and the consequences of the opioid epidemic continue to impact our country. We also hear too […]

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Diabetes Awareness Month: Managing risk and supporting applicant health

November 7, 2017 Applicants

Today, more than 30 million Americans have diabetes, with 7.2 million still undiagnosed. Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates there are 84.1 million people with pre-diabetes. [1] Each November, during Diabetes Awareness Month, we are reminded to focus on the growing crisis and share knowledge about diabetes and its impact on millions of […]

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