Description: This presentation is mainly focus on the ExamOne and some tutorials on how to prepare for the paramedical exam which is used to apply for the insurance.
I’m the local sales representative for Orange County California, I want to go over a couple of things that set us apart from the competition, I think, can help influence your business and help your applicants have a better experience when going through the paramedical exam.
Currently we are the largest paramedical provider nationwide, we have thousands of offices nationwide that are able to take on your clients. We began as a laboratory in 1972, then we were brought up by quest Diagnostics. I’m sure that most of you have contacted with it at one point in your life, so that is our parent company now and then also we have several of our corporate offices which can also take on clients for the pyramids.
We’re able to utilize those locations as well but the neat thing about us is that we can send out examiners to go into your clients at their home or office or they can come into our quest facilities that can take on exam, no one else can offer so we are very proud of that.
So one important thing I wanted to go over with you today is african preparation. Because when we’re applying for life insurance, we need to have blood drawn, give urine or having completed physical measurements, and medical history as well which can be tracked back to five or ten years because we want to make sure that the applicants have the best experience.
For the applicant prep, you have to make sure your client has a good night’s rest, and doesn’t eat or drink except for water prior to the appointment, but let them know that fasting is required, take all prescription medications as well.
We have a prescription database that will pull in the need of something comes up higher, but we definitely want your client to take all prescription medications as prescribed. It’s extremely important to drink water because well hydrated makes blood draw easier.
Bring driver’s license or photo ID to the exam because they need to obviously prove their identity, and bring all doctors’ information from the past five years and a primary care physician number. We have these brochures of insurance applicant instructions, go over everything in detail.
It introduces things that you do not want to do prior to the exam, refrain from any alcohol 12 hours prior, no exercise for 12 to 24 hours because it releases protein into the urine which can suggest poor kidney function dehydration, if your client gets a negative result for this, maybe he will be need a second time to go through all this again, so make sure that they stay away from lemonade, caffeine, exercise and nicotine prior to the exam. They have to limit salt and high cholesterol foods 24 hours prior, like McDonald’s because that can have a negative impact.
Email me if you have any other question or visit myexamone.com.