Healthcare has been identified as a key focus area for insurers post Covid-19. This content sheds light on the specific innovations which are reshaping the customer healthcare journey and how insurers can provide products that reflect new customer expectations and flexible lifestyles.
Covid-19 will reset the way people approach the financial wellness of their family and one of the expected trends is a surge in demand for life insurance products. This content highlights both the opportunities and challenges for life insurers.
Zurich investigated new ways to promote life insurance adoption across the UK market. This blog post highlights how the FaceQuote app enables Zurich to reach a wider market by offering users a way to interact and get a quote with the technology they engage with every day: the camera on their phone.
With an average of three construction fatalities per day in the United States, what can the industry do to reduce this figure to zero? This article highlights the main causes of construction fatalities and how corporate leaders and on-site workers can take responsibility within their safety program.
Workers employed in construction, firefighting, public safety and mining run a risk of suffering concussions and other traumatic brain injuries on the job. This article highlights the major causes of workplace brain injuries and how employers can manage traumatic brain injuries and concussions.
As the UK healthcare insurance market continues to grow, so too does the risk of healthcare insurance fraud. Produced by CRIF, this report sheds light on the common types of healthcare fraud, typical frauds impacting the NHS, and recent fraud trends and cases in the UK.
Any organisation that carries out activities which require employees to use certain hand held tools needs to carefully assess the risks and put the right safeguards in place. This article provides advice on how organisations can reduce the risk of hand-arm vibration claims and fines.
It sounds like science fiction, but exoskeletons are increasingly being used in rehabilitation therapy and insurers are getting in on the act. Post’s article sheds light on how wearable robotics could transform medical claims.
The FCA conducted a thematic review to assess how firms were operating their investment-based life insurance product closed-books and to determine if they were treating their closed-book customers fairly. This paper sets out how the FCA conducted its review, key findings and expectations for firms.
Should the Government exploit the success of auto-enrolment by increasing savings amounts or extending it to include life and protection insurance? In this CII Thinkpiece, Nick Hurman, FCII Chartered Insurer explores the issues.