By Carolyn McAvinn, FLMI, AALU, PMC-IVOctober 18, 2021
Many customers start their journey with use of electronic medical data by conducting a pilot. Approaches to piloting vary based on the customer's needs and circumstances. In working with many carriers over the years, I have learned that that there is no "one size fits all" approach. However, there are some common themes that carriers should consider when thinking about how to introduce the use of electronic medical data into their workflows.
In our continuing video series, Nichole Myers from Swiss Re and I discussed the concept of pilots and how to be most successful. I hope you enjoy the discussion.
This is the fourth and final installment in our video series related to use of electronic medical data within the life, disability and long-term care industry. Don't miss our other videos where we discussed
I invite you to share your experiences in integrating electronic medical data into your own workflows.
Email me at CMcAvinn@mib.com and let’s talk!
Carolyn McAvinn is the Director of Underwriting Innovations for MIB. Prior to joining MIB in late 2018, she held various underwriting roles supporting multiple companies, product lines and distribution platforms. These included underwriting management, direct line production underwriting in the life, disability and long-term care markets and assisting with the development of underwriting engine automation and accelerated underwriting programs. Carolyn is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts - Amherst and currently serves as a board member of the MUD (Metropolitan Underwriting Discussion) Group in NYC.