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  1. Health Ecosystems: To steer or not to steer

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    At this point in time most in the insurance and healthcare industries have heard about the benefits, and the inevitability, of ...

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  2. Medical insurance in the Greater Bay Area

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    Over the first half of 2019, Swiss Re Institute conducted a consumer survey of over 2,500 respondents on the needs and ...

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  3. Why healthcare matters

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Article

    Digitisation is impacting almost every sector and healthcare is no exception. Health ecosystems have amazing potential for ...

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  4. Mobility ecosystems and the opportunity for insurers

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    The insurance industry must change in step with transportation trends, which can translate into tremendous opportunity for the ...

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  5. Underwriting: The next generation

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    Driven primarily by the pace of technological progress, underwriting is changing rapidly. With new insights from an ability to ...

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  6. NextGenUW – A Conversation With Neil Sprackling

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    Neil Prackling, President US Life & Health at Swiss Re, shares his view on the future of underwriting in the life and health ...

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