Using AI to Transform the Travel Insurance Claims Experience

Unlike many forms of insurance, travel insurance is built on on-demand policies that cover relatively short periods of time. In the event of a claim, both the insurer and the insured want claim settlement to be as efficient and accurate as possible.

While the typical travel insurance claim is ideal for applying automation, this can also make travel claims an ideal target for fraud. Shift has the solution.

Shift Claims Fraud Detection for Travel

Travel insurers must pay meritorious claims quickly and efficiently while effectively detecting and investigating potential fraud.

That’s why Shift’s Force is an ideal solution, helping insurers investigate fraud suspicions quickly for faster settlement of valid claims.

  • Shift Enables Travel Insurers to:
  • Identify more suspicious activities
  • Reduce fraud losses
  • Increase straight through claims processing

Shift Claims Automation for Travel

Travel insurance claims are well-suited to automation. Luke, Shift’s AI-native claims automation solution, automates and accelerates claims while detecting potential fraud.

  • Shift Helps Travel Insurers:
  • Enhance the customer claim experience
  • Increase claims handler productivity
  • Reduce claims leakage
  • Easily integrate automation with existing claims platforms

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