“E-health: shifting from insurer to key player in prevention, thanks to digital”
Digitisation of documents, improved digital interaction with customers, new products and services based around self care, advances in IT, and so on – digital and e-health are changing the face of insurance. To address this challenge and to make a success of e-transformation, here are eight best practices to implement within GM, IT and CDO. Continue reading
The IoT, mobile apps and other e-solutions provide a great opportunity for insurers to harness customer data in order to personalise their offers and to provide new services. Continue reading
Insurance providers are now able to anticipate health-related risks thanks to the data collected by new technologies. Portrait of a new digitally-sourced model. Continue reading
Our series on Personal Insurance: “E-health: shifting from insurer to key player in prevention, thanks to digital”
The impacts of the digital transformation, and the prevalence of connected objects in particular, are causing quite an upheaval within the insurance sector. Insurance providers will benefit from investing in new technologies and integrating them within their business model. E-prevention and e-transformation are fast becoming the two main emphases used to stand out from the competition. Continue reading
The very first stages of digital transformation give rise to a tricky question: how to create, from strategy, the list of specific projects to carry out? Here’s my toolkit. Continue reading
Increasingly fast changes (market, competition, use, etc.). New emerging threats. Technologies offering ambitious opportunities … Before implementing a digital transformation project, a fresh phase of strategic view is required to (re)define a strategy according to the business objectives. And faced with these new challenges, decision-makers need to adopt a paradigm shift.