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    Peggy MacePRO
    Most of the U.S.
    Life insurance examiners (also called "paramed" examiners) conduct life insurance exams for paramedical companies, either as employees or independent contractors. Since many life insurance exams are done in the Insured person's home, examiners must have transportation and a means of contacting the applicant to be sure the the appointment is set up and kept.

    Paramed examiners gather the health history from the applicant, perform phlebotomies, collect urine specimens, take vitals, administer EKG's, and compile it all into a legible report to submit to the life insurance company in a timely manner. They must be courteous, confidential, reliable, and professional in manner.
    Answered on April 19, 2013
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