Cognitive testing in life insurance is becoming more and more prevalent, particularly as the number of older age applicants grows. You can expect testing now as a routine at age 70 or older, and although the platform isn’t rigorous, it can derail an application almost irreversibly if performance is poor.
Presentations from the 2016 Wisconsin Association of Health and Life Underwriters (WAHLU) Spring Seminar have been posted at their website. Presentations include:
- CAD and Beyond
- Neuropsychology and Cognitive Disorders