“Payer” to “Player”: The Transformation for Connected Health

Posted November 14, 2017 in Data Analytics & Digital Technologies
Data Analytics & Digital Technologies

Connected insurance (from wearables usage to mobile health appli­cations) presents great potential for both the insurer and the insured. Such potential should be harnessed in a profitable way by targeting less risky clients and presenting them with an improved, better-priced value proposition. For this to happen, insurance companies will have to seek partners from both the technological innovation sphere and the medical field, keeping in mind that insurance’s role in the health system is changing from payer to player.

About The Author
Andrea Silvello
Andrea Silvello is founder and CEO of Business Support, a strategy consulting boutique in Milan, Italy. He has more than 15 years’ experience in business and strategy consulting at multinationals, including BCG and Bain & Company. Mr. Silvello is also cofounder and Managing Director of Digital Tech and cofounder of insurtech startup Neosurance. He is a columnist for Qrius (formerly The Indian Economist) and guest contributor for Insurance… Read More
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