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Open APIs offer the flexibility health plans and dental plans need to meet the demands of convergence. Here’s how.
Technology is a key component for successfully navigating the new rules of underwriting. Here’s how coretech powers it.
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Unlike sluggish legacy systems, cloud-native technology helps health and dental insurers meet the opportunities and challenges of convergence.
For insurance companies, the measurement of business success is flawed. Here’s why insurers need to focus on customer loyalty.
Due to the Great Resignation, employees want better workforce benefits insurance, and employers need the right technology to do it.
Life insurers need to use accelerated underwriting and continuous underwriting to succeed.
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