Why It Is Innovative TermNow products allow a representative to take an online application and, with the client's permission, access databases, including prescription drug, Medical Information Bureau and motor vehicle records as part of the underwriting process.
What does MIB stand for?
MIB stands for Medical Information Bureau
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We have 132 other meanings of MIB in our Acronym Attic
- Management Interface Base
- Manufacture Information Block (computing)
- Many International Businesses
- Mark Ivan Band
- Master Information Block
- Master of International Business
- Mebibit (2^20 Bits)
- Mebibyte (2^20 bytes)
- Mechanized Infantry Battalion
- Mechanized Infantry Brigade
- Medical Insurance Bureau
- Medienvertrieb in Buchholz (German publisher)
- Men In Black (movie)
- Metals in Biology (conference)
- Methyl Isoborneol
- Mexican Investment Board
- Microbiologie Industrielle et Biotechnologies (French: Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology)
- Milano Indice Borsa (Milan, Italian Stock Exchange)
- Military Integration Bench (aerospace)
- Military Intelligence Board
Samples in periodicals archive:
Typically a brief health history is taken over the phone followed by the insurance company verifying qualification through Medical Information Bureau reports, driving history and pharmacy reports for current and previous prescriptions.
For newer policies, it can also help to check the Medical Information Bureau (MIB) database, which is a database of all applications for individual life insurance that were processed during the past 12 years.
The Medical Information Bureau (MIB) collects medical data concerning individuals.
Besides medical information provided directly by the applicant or through his or her signed release to healthcare providers, the insurance company may obtain information from the Medical Information Bureau (MIB), which files information provided to it by the insurance companies who finance the bureau.
To get some idea of how accessible your medical records are to others, consider the Medical Information Bureau (MIB).
Designed for transactional sales, VELOGICA uses information from the life application, prescription drug databases, motor vehicle records and Medical Information Bureau reports to deliver virtually instant underwriting decisions.
In addition to priceless Medical Information Bureau records, American underwriters are uniquely blessed with electronically acquired pharmacy profiles, motor vehicle reports and various genre of public record information.