Globe & Mail Life, Health and Financial Security Report: April 2018
Toronto, ON (Apr. 30, 2017) – The Life & Health Insurance industry is in the midst of a digital transformation. Today’s Globe & Mail features a Life, Health and Financial Security special report.
The lead article, “Looking ahead to affordable medicines for all Canadians,” by Stephen Frank, President and CEO, Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA), addresses one of the main costs in health insurance – medicines. Canada faces some of the highest prices for medicines, so it behooves all of us to push for improvements, whether in public or private health.
An infographic illustrates the Canadian Life and Health Insurance industry.
A second article, “Solutions For All Ages,” by Jeff Macoun, EVP – Group Customer, Great-West Life, looks at how the products from insurance are expanding to more specifically address individual requirements, and are responding to consumer preferences by being more digital.
And Doug Grant, Partner at Insurance-Canada.ca, offers examples of how the industry is evolving to become more digital and to reduce – via technology – some of the impediments to becoming insured, in an the article entitled “Increasing Accessibility Through Analytics and Technology” (available in the PDF below but also posted separately here).
Read the full Globe report:
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