Prodigy Announces Partnership with Verikai


ELK GROVE, CA – September 12, 2022

Prodigy Health Insurance Services announces their partnership with Verikai, a predictive risk underwriting tool. This partnership will deliver employers with cost-effective solutions for their health plans by combining our underwriting methods with Verikai’s world-class algorithms to automatically improve risk prediction.

“The addition of Verikai to our current underwriting practices brings great opportunity for Prodigy in closing more business, improving loss ratio, and increasing our efficiency,” said Nicole Zaniboni, Vice President and Executive Underwriter at Prodigy Health Insurance Services. “The predictive data provided to our underwriters allows us to develop more accurate quotes that are specific to each group.”

Zaniboni will spearhead this effort to implement the Verikai platform as a part of Prodigy’s underwriting services, allowing the team to stay up to date on the industry trends. Alongside Prodigy’s underwriting of each group including review and analysis of month-by-month claims, ongoing large claims, census and enrollment history, and plan design—Verikai better equips the underwriters by providing them with a greater insight to risk.

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About Prodigy Health Insurance Services
Prodigy delivers innovative solutions to client health plans based on time-tested principles and in-depth knowledge of medical risk management and loss mitigation. In addition to traditional stop loss, we offer experience and expertise in level-funded, trust, and captive insurance solutions, all designed to help make quality healthcare more affordable and accessible for all. Learn more at

About Verikai

Verikai is an insurance technology company leveraging alternative data and machine learning to change the way the industry views risk. Their well-established database includes more than 5,000 behavior attributes for 250+ million people in the United States and provides deep insight into these individuals’ true health risks. With this data, they help insurance companies improve underwriting precision, speed, and efficiency – and ultimately, they provide consumers and small businesses with greater access to a broader range of insurance products.

Nicole Zaniboni