As the name suggests, the attending physician statement is a form provided by your insurer that your doctor fills out to attest to your health. Life insurance companies may use this to assess the risk of insuring you. The information on the form can be used to determine if you can be insured and the premiums you will pay. According to the book "Invest in Your Life" by Ronald M. Roth and Bruce Weinstein, an APS form is normally completed by a doctor following a medical exam.

Note: We have 250 other definitions for APS in our Acronym Attic

APRS - APRT - APRU - APRV - APRX - APS-3 - APS-AOD - APS-ASD - APS-UPD - APS-XFD

Life insurance is a serious matter, as evidenced by the pile of paperwork you might need to deal with when applying for coverage. An "APS" is one piece of paperwork that your insurer may request during the application process. "APS" is short for attending physician statement.