SOA Annual Meeting

SOA Annual Meeting

Barry Senensky and Aldo Cuscianna of Claim Analytics presented a session on "Opportunities to Improve LTD Performance" at the 2016 SOA Annual Meeting In Las Vegas. They were joined on the panel by David Doren and John Murphy.

This session discussed how to uncover opportunities and improve performance. The presentation included the impact due to key factors such as diagnosis, early intervention, and change of definition, as well as opportunity to reduce costs through Social Security offset.

A copy of the presentation is available from the SOA Website.

New Operations Manager

New Operations Manager

Claims Analytics is pleased to introduce Chris Kardash as the newest member of our team.  Chris joined Claim Analytics October 1st, 2016 and has been appointed to the position of Operations Manager.

Chris has over twenty years of experience within the Group Benefits consulting industry, bringing with her a strong understanding of the needs and challenges of clients.  As Operations Manager she will be focusing on strategic planning and management in order to ensure that your goals and intended outcomes are met.

We are confident that Chris will be an asset to both our company and clients. 

Claim Analytics 2015 US LTD Benchmarking Wrapping Up

Claim Analytics 2015 US LTD Benchmarking Wrapping Up

February is not the best time of year to be travelling to clients, but that is exactly what we have been doing as we wrap up our 2015 LTD Benchmarking Study. Reporting on our LTD benchmarking study involves individual personalized reports for each participant; these are presented in person at each participating company. 

Improve Underwriting Experience with Predictive Analytics

Improve Underwriting Experience with Predictive Analytics

Modern Predictive modeling has been around for about 50 years. However, only recently have these techniques and tools been considered for use by Life Insurance companies in the product development, sales, underwriting, and in-force management of mortality risk products.

It is becoming evident that over the next several years, Life Insurance Companies will be moving towards using these new techniques and tools. It makes so much sense to do so as predictive modeling tools and techniques are considerably more powerful than the traditional tools and techniques used by Life Actuaries and the Life Insurance Industry.

Claim Analytics is now offering an underwriting solution to help insurers improve their underwriting results and process using predictive analytics.