Project Gratitude: I appreciate the health incentives of life insurance for myself and our clients

November 30, 2018 #Committed2 You

Phil Williamson, Vice President of National Sales, knows that life insurance keeps his family protected. With a wife, a young child, and another baby on the way, he has peace of mind knowing that his family is safe. In addition to his policy, he’s taking advantage of the health and wellness incentives offered by his […]

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Project Gratitude: Thankful for collaboration within the life insurance industry

November 26, 2018 #Committed2 You

We gathered stories and words of gratitude to show our appreciation for the roles so many people play in helping protect more families with life insurance. We are grateful for the collaboration within our industry. Many advancements have come from group efforts involving client partners, vendors, and professional peers – ultimately benefiting more people and organizations. ExamOne’s […]

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5 things to remember during Diabetes Awareness Month

November 23, 2018 Applicants

1. Diabetes can impact almost anyone. 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 and 1.5 million are diagnosed every year. 2. Are you at risk? Take the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Risk Test. 3. […]

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Project Gratitude: Sharing our appreciation for the life insurance industry

November 19, 2018 #Committed2 You

As the year is coming to an end, it’s a good time to reflect back on the people, processes, and purpose of the life insurance industry. With so much to be grateful for, we want to share some of those things with you. We gathered these stories of gratitude to show our appreciation for the […]

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Seeing through the smoke: The correlation of tobacco, marijuana and drugs of abuse

November 15, 2018 Carriers

Smoking raises red flags for insurers across the board – applicants are usually rated if they produce a positive cotinine test. Further, tobacco use can lead to the potential onset of additional health risks, such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and/or lung diseases. Aside from these health concerns, studies show a correlation of tobacco […]

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Glycolysis and hemolysis: Does it still matter to life insurers?

November 1, 2018 Carriers

We all know the routine. The examiner draws blood during a mobile exam. Delays in processing allow those hungry red blood cells to gobble up glucose. The underwriter sees an extremely low glucose reading or the dreaded not valid glucose (NVG) on the laboratory report. Or the laboratory report notes hemolysis is present. Then there […]

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Customer survey: Using your insights to empower our decisions

October 24, 2018 Brokers

Throughout the past year, ExamOne has been changing. We’ve taken steps to ensure we are focused on the right thing—you, our customer. We also established a new mission to empower your decisions with health-based insights, a mission we believe supports both insurers and applicants on the journey to protecting more families with life insurance. In […]

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Three things an insurer should consider when implementing a pilot

October 18, 2018 Carriers

Implementing a pilot program can be an effective tool for measuring the impact of a new product or workflow. Over the years, we’ve helped dozens of insurers pilot new tests and tools. We have found the most successful studies have 3 things in common: a specific goal, sufficient data and a measurable outcome. Setting up […]

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Cystatin C: Transforming cognitive and frailty screening

October 12, 2018 Carriers

Using Cystatin C in older-age life insurance assessments. Our clients tell us that controlling costs during the decision-making process and reducing application-to-issue cycle time are priorities within their new business teams. As older-aged individuals apply for life insurance, requirements designed for this market can become more time-consuming and cumbersome. Many of today’s older-age evaluations include […]

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Ask the Expert: Drug trends in America

October 3, 2018 Ask The Experts

During one of our summer webinars, Betsy Sears, Executive Vice President, Laboratory Strategy and Sales, and Dr. Barry Sample, Quest Diagnostics Senior Director, Science and Technology, examined two of America’s populations for drug positivity rates by various drug classes. This included a workforce population and ExamOne life insurance applicants. Understanding the drug trends and positivity […]

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