Curv is deceptively simple: In minutes, it transforms a health plan census into a highly predictive risk score so you can forecast future costs without past claims. But behind the scenes are the unrivaled complexity of patented technology, actuarial and clinical interpretation of massive volumes of real-time health data, and a proven record of industry-wide adoption and adaptation.
That’s why progressive yet discerning insurers have put their faith in Curv since it first disrupted group underwriting more than a decade ago. Curv can bend and flex to accommodate any book of business, manual ratings factors, and statewide benchmarks, delivering tailored value and exceptional ROI to carriers in several categories:
Curv uses only deidentified prescription and medical claims histories, so you don’t need HIPAA authorizations.
Not all predictive models are created equal, and Curv holds its place above the pack of imitators. Based on the highest-quality medical claims and prescription data, trained on millions of lives, and calibrated to your specifications, Curv dependably gives you a leg up on your competitors with:
Curv quickly issues a score but also flags the group’s high-risk and high-cost conditions you want to know about—without burying you in minutiae. You’ll discover newfound underwriting efficiencies and insights that make it possible to confidently enter new markets, quote new groups you might otherwise have passed over, and maintain control of your unique processes and standards—so you can win the right business at the right rates.
Learn how you can use Curv to sustainably build your business while competitively bidding new groups, with or without claims experience. Contact us today.
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