At the start of a claim, we provide insurers with the data they need to gain insights into suitable treatment for optimal customer outcomes and efficient claims lifecycles.
Our AI enabled injury analysis platform delivers insurers insights into possible injuries, treatment protocol, and recovery timeline to better inform claim management and reserve settings. Assign, manage, and settle claims with confidence.
By gaining an early understanding of your customer’s situation and the injuries they are experiencing, you gain trust as a reliable, informed, and transparent partner in their time of need.
Talem’s innovative car crash analysis and biomechanical review provides insurers with the evidence they need to determine the most suitable next move early in the claim.
Improve clinical decision-making and accelerate claim resolution by blending expertise with technology, an approach proven to streamline claims processes and improve medical decisions.
Talem provides medical experts with the context they need to diagnose and confirm medical necessity. Our detailed biomechanical insights reduce the need for multiple reviews.
Reduce time spent on claims with our 5-minute referral system.
With no integrations required, our powerful AI-enabled injury analysis platform simply needs car crash photos and basic claim information to provide you with the dynamic injury narrative you need to make early and accurate decisions.
Timely and appropriate claims information enable insurers to proactively manage and provide a clear path to improved claim outcomes. Talems’ end to end injury causation services provides the right injury and medical necessity information at the right time. Contact us now to start your first notice of loss with a Biomechanical review or consult with an industry expert to determine which services best suit your needs.
Gain early insight into crash severity and injury concerns soon after an incident has occurred.
Audit treatment recomendations and review claim legitmacy with professional experience.
Make confident decisions to resolve a claim without requiring a medical exam.
In-person examination of claimant with comparison to incident and medical records.