AIG to introduce virtual medical examinations

For life cover only

Adam Saville
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AIG to introduce virtual medical examinations

The insurer will introduce remote nurse screening examinations for life applications on 13 April

AIG Life has announced that is has worked with its medical screenings providers, Medical Screening Solutions and Square Health, to explore alternative ways to continue to offer life insurance terms for customers where a medical examination would normally be required. AIG said a virtual medical examination is likely to involve answering medical questions with a nurse over a video call and taking height, weight and a pinprick sample of blood, which will be sent to the lab for testing. An approved...

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