Technology is transforming the way people live, work and play as well as their expectations. It is also transforming the life and health insurance sector, with insurers exploring how they can deploy technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) within their operations.
A proactive approach to health management enables an individual to manage, postpone and even prevent some medical conditions.
Life insurers share a common interest with their customers, to drive changes in habits that will lead to a healthier lifestyle.
Life insurance products have an important role to play in supporting consumers’ dreams and aspirations as well as in mitigating their worst nightmares. However, with so many competing demands on consumers’ hard-earned cash, insurers face the perennial challenge of convincing a sceptical public of the need for cover.
This publication presents some global information on kidney diseases, the definitions and basic notions, protective treatments, renal replacement therapies, disease progression information as well as proposed underwriting and claims management approaches.PDF (2.02 Mo)
The growing use of economic-value-based metrics will greatly benefit longstanding reinsurers, writes Denis Kessler, Chairman and CEO of SCOR, for the CEO ForumPDF (90.96 Ko)
J.C. Brueckner, CEO of SCOR Global Life Americas, argues that reinsurers need experts with cross-functional knowledge and need to develop a deeper understanding of their end-clients.
In this issue of Housecalls, Richard Braun, MD, presents a case of Mycobacterium Avium Complex and Regina Rosace, MD, presents a case of Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (pots).PDF (5.12 Mo)