Globe & Mail Life, Health and Financial Security Insurance Trends Report: June 2019
Toronto, ON (June 27, 2019) – The Business section in today’s Globe & Mail features a special report on trends for the Life, Health and Financial Security insurance industry in Canada.
One article, by Stephen Frank, President and CEO of the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA) titled “Lifting Everybody Up With Pharmacare” looks at the current discussion about how Canada can best address access to needed medications.
In addition, Insurance-Canada.ca partner Doug Grant contributes his thoughts about a key industry focus area of enhanced customer service and innovative ways that the insurance industry is using technology to engage customers, to create new products and help clients better manage their risks.
Read the full report:
• Globe & Mail June 2019 Life, Health and Financial Security Insurance Trends Report (PDF)
The content will be of interest to insurance professionals and business readers.
The four articles are available individually online:
- “Enabling Canadians to retire with certainty”
- “Important milestones for buying life insurance”
- “Lifting everybody up with pharmacare”
- “Tech plus insurance equals enhanced services”
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