Sepsis Mortality and Morbidity Trends – An Insurance Perspective
RGA’s Dr. Daniel Zimmerman answers questions on sepsis development and mortality trends.
Key Issues in Simplified Issue Products (Slides)
Slides from the presentation by Robert Stout, Laboratory Director at Clinical Reference Laboratory delivered at the 2017 Spring Meeting of the Actuaries’ Club of the Southwest.
LV= Launches Pre-underwriting Tool to Give Instant Decisions
LV= has announced the launch of its new pre-underwriting tool, in partnership with UnderwriteMe, in a bid to improve the underwriting process for advisers.
What Do You Think When You Think of "Data"?
RGA's Raimondo Guerra demystifies data and discusses the future of insurance. Questions or comments?
Insurers Must Adapt to the Demands of the Information World
New, technology-driven changes in the ways people live their lives are prompting revolutions across industries. The insurance sector must adapt to these changing needs if it is to remain relevant to customers.
How Wearables can ‘Transform’ the Public Perception of Insurers
Matthew Edwards, head of mortality and longevity in Willis Towers Watson’s life insurance practice, (pictured below) explains why wearable technology presents a fascinating opportunity for insurers, and related sectors such as the private health sector.
Q&A: LexisNexis’ Elliott Wallace on New Datasets in Life Insurance Underwriting
The VP of Life Insurance for LexisNexis sees great opportunities for new startups in the life space.
Selfies and Death: Life Insurers Watching as Photos may Predict When You’ll Die
Selfies may be most keenly associated with narcissistic young millennials on social media, but they could soon have very serious implications for a person’s future. A company in North Carolina has claimed it can take people’s selfies and use them to predict their life expectancies.