Unrealistic conditions


Expanding the list

heart disease

Considerations for the future


  1. Adjust policy language to better reflect current diagnoses andtreatment plans.
  2. Cover early signs of disease, including early identificationthrough early stage, as we do not have the authority to say what iscritical to the person who experienced it.
  3. Encourage consumers to help prevent disease which, in turn,makes everyone's health care costs go down.

What does all of this mean?

Gen Re. U.S. Critical Illness Survey2013/2014. severeisshouldwanthealth preventioncriticalChristin joinedTrustmarkin2009. As senior director of product and innovation for Trustmark'saccident and critical illness insurance products, she isresponsible for researching marketplace trends and assessing thevoice of the customer in order to create new product solutions forour customers. She holds a bachelor's degree in communicationsfrom Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA.

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