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​What if Everyone Had Easy Access to Medical Records?

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Within the next few years, life insurance applicants in the US and UK are likely to have online access to their electronic health records (EHRs). What are the underwriting implications of democratising health records and are underwriters ready? RGA examines the current state of EHRs and looks forward to the legal, health and underwriting aspects of  expanding applicant access.


Reprinted with permission of ON THE RISK, Journal of the Academy of Life Underwriting (www.ontherisk.com).
 

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The Authors

  • Yunus Piperdy
    Bsc, FCII
    Head of Underwriting
    Innovation Strategy 
    RGA UK
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  • Sue Wehrman
    Vice President
    EHR Initiatives
    RGA
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