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Tips, trends, and best practices shared by our team of life insurance underwriters and technologists

What Tests Should Underwriters Reference for Liver Function?

Part III of our Underwriting Liver Function Blog Series: If you tuned into part II of this liver function series, you had the chance to join the first half of our sing-a-long playlist. And more importantly, learn some of the key tests underwriters...

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Underwriter’s Guide to Measuring Liver Function [A Sing-A-long]

Part II of our Underwriting Liver Function Blog Series: Remember when the movie Sound of Music taught us ‘when you read you begin with A-B-C and when you sing you begin with Do-Re-Mi’? Even if you haven’t seen the movie I am sure you remember using...

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Ulcerative Colitis: The Gut Feeling of Underwriting Critical Illness

Many Life Underwriters will tell you that when it comes to underwriting ulcerative colitis, you need to know the cold hard facts, such as: When it was diagnosed, The severity of the disease, And whether it is for life or critical illness (CI)...

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Does My Doctor Know How Much I Really Drink?!

Part I of our Underwriting Liver Function Blog Series: Picture this. You are visiting the doctor for a check-up, answering a slew of questions to help them understand your current state of health. Waiting slowly but surely for that dreaded question...

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Underwriting Coronary Artery Disease Part II: The Evidence

In part one of this series I brought you back in time to the good ol’ game of Operations to lay out the foundation of what to look for when underwriting coronary artery disease (CAD). We even made it halfway through the game! I walked you through...

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Underwriting Coronary Artery Disease Part I: What to Look For

Do you remember the game Operations? You know the one where you carefully operate on Sam without setting off the buzzer? Remember the excitement of seeing all the ailments to cure, some easier than others. But that dare devil in you always went for...

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