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LexisNexis Risk Classifier Available for Supplemental Group Life Insurance Market

Advanced supplemental group life insurance underwriting solution offers quicker, more accurate risk profiles to help individuals seeking additional life insurance coverage.

LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a leading data, analytics and technology provider, announced the availability of LexisNexis Risk Classifier for the supplemental group life insurance market. The advanced solution optimizes the supplemental group life underwriting process, providing insurers with a risk s**** that corresponds to an insured’s risk profile rather than invasive requirements, making the application process easier and faster to help ensure more consumers can access the life insurance they need.

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LexisNexis Risk Classifier aggregates long-standing data sources, including motor vehicle records, public records and credit attributes, to provide added insights to assist underwriters in making confident and swifter decisions based on mortality risk. In addition to providing a single s**** in real time, the predictive model provides the critical context and reason codes behind the s****. In today’s world where data privacy is so critical, LexisNexis Risk Solutions maintains as our utmost priority data privacy standards and the responsible use of information, such as following the governance of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), helping ensure consumers have the transparency they need into their personal information.

Underwriters can use Risk Classifier to make a more accurate risk assessment and eliminate the need for an applicant to undergo traditional underwriting requirements such as medical testing, helping to lessen applicant frustration and decreasing the dropout rate. According to Due.com, up to 20% of applicants are known to disengage from the process when underwriters request additional requirements and expand decision timelines.

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“With employees often choosing supplemental life insurance benefits to provide their families with the right coverage for their personal needs, group life insurance carriers need a more accurate risk assessment based on predictive and valuable data, and an optimized underwriting process to help deliver the best experience,” said Debra Gangelhoff, vice president and general manager, life insurance, LexisNexis Risk Solutions. “LexisNexis Risk Classifier helps equip insurers with better risk differentiation and allows consumers to navigate the supplemental life insurance enrollment more easily.”

Key features of LexisNexis Risk Classifier include industry-leading data sets, a streamlined and advanced model to reduce the need for lengthy initial interviews, and configurable segmentation options and reason codes to determine risk classes. LexisNexis Risk Classifier is a multivariate model that uses different attributes associated to an applicant that are both good and bad for mortality to calculate the risk s****. When looking at the attributes one at a time, the solution shows relative risk mortality decreases, for instance, by 39% if an individual owns one or more properties or the risk is more than 2.5 times higher when an individual has a DUIi.

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“With year-end signaling the start of the busy open enrollment season that includes significant responsibilities into January 2024 for human resource professionals, health insurance representatives, and group life underwriters and actuaries, life insurers can improve their workflow with one streamlined and integrated model,” said Gangelhoff. “This can give life insurers confidence in their decisions as technological advancements continue to usher in change across the industry.”

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