E-Assets Reduce Underwriting Time

George, Hank
August 2010
Best's Review;Aug2010, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p77
Trade Publication
In this article the author comments on the efficacy of electronic assets (E-assets) on reducing the underwriting time of processing insurance in the U.S. The author mentions that aside from teleinterviews, these E-assets also allows immediate risk triage, in the absence of paramedical and laboratory tests results. Moreover, the use of E-assets can vitally speed the underwriting process.


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