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2016 Data Protection Symposium

2016 Data Protection Symposium

This conference report focus on the use of digital health data in the insurance industry; changes in data sets becoming relevant to health; and ethical and privacy challenges of new data analytics.

Year: 2017 | Type: Conference Report

Mike Midgely: Enterprise risk management helps healthcare providers make strategic decisions

Mike Midgely: Enterprise risk management helps healthcare providers make strategic decisions

The Senior Risk Manager at Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, answered questions in the panel discussion at the event, Transforming healthcare – health policy, digital health and data privacy: Who pays the bill? at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. The conference, hosted by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Emory Healthcare, explored best practice, economics and digital security in the healthcare industry.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

William A. Bornstein: Obamacare has been important for closing the protection gap

William A. Bornstein: Obamacare has been important for closing the protection gap

The Chief Medical Officer & Chief Quality Officer, Emory Healthcare spoke on the topic of “Healthcare financing reform in the U.S.: Trumping the ACA and Medicare?” at the event, Transforming healthcare – health policy, digital health and data privacy: Who pays the bill? at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. The conference, hosted by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Emory Healthcare, explored best practice, economics and digital security in the healthcare industry.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

John Crawford: Artificial intelligence will augment healthcare work

John Crawford: Artificial intelligence will augment the work of healthcare professionals

The Healthcare Industry Leader at IBM Europe, presented “Transforming Healthcare with cognitive computing” at the event, Transforming healthcare – health policy, digital health and data privacy: Who pays the bill? at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. The conference, hosted by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Emory Healthcare, explored best practice, economics and digital security in the healthcare industry.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

Thomas Zeltner: Lack of hygiene standards means patients' health is often jeopardised inside hospital

Thomas Zeltner: Lack of hygiene standards means patients' health is often jeopardised inside hospital

The Chairman of the Board of KPT Health Insurance; former Secretary of Health of Switzerland and Director-General of the Swiss National Health Authority spoke on the topic of “Healthcare reform: A European perspective on how to succeed” at the event, Transforming healthcare – health policy, digital health and data privacy: Who pays the bill? at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. The conference, hosted by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Emory Healthcare, explored best practice, economics and digital security in the healthcare industry.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

James Ferguson: Success of Telehealth depends on new style reimbursement

James Ferguson: Success of Telehealth depends on new style reimbursement

The Clinical Lead of the Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare (SCTT) presented “Forget S.P.E.C.T.R.E, Mr Bond – S.L.O.T.H is the enemy!” at the event, Transforming Healthcare – Health Policy, Digital Health and Data Privacy: Who pays the bill? at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. The conference, hosted by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Emory Healthcare, explored best practice, economics and digital security in the healthcare industry.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

Cheryl Lloyd: Hospitals must consider outsourcing cyber security for maximum protection

Cheryl Lloyd: Hospitals must consider outsourcing cyber security for maximum protection

The Associate Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of the University of California co-hosted a discussion on “Cyber security governance in an academic medical center: Post incident” at the event Transforming Healthcare – Health Policy, Digital Health and Data Privacy: Who pays the bill? at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue. The conference, hosted by Swiss Re Corporate Solutions and Emory Healthcare, explored best practice, economics and digital security in the healthcare industry.

Year: 2017 | Type: Video

Expert Forum on Cancer Diagnostics

Expert Forum on Cancer Diagnostics

A broader understanding of less-invasive new methods for detecting cancer is important for Swiss Re’s business. The topic is particularly relevant for critical illness insurance, which offers financial protection against severe illnesses such as cancer, heart attack, and stroke.

Year: 2017 | Type: Conference Report

How the Blockchain Revolution Could Transform Financial Services

How the blockchain revolution could transform financial services

The technology likely to have a significant impact on the financial services industry and the world of business has arrived. Not peer-to-peer lending, artificial intelligence, big data, robo-advisers or Apple Pay – but rather blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies such as bitcoin. Blockchain technology represents nothing less than the second generation of the Internet and will spark a series of profound changes to virtually every corporation and institution in the world, from banks to insurers, manufacturers and retailers, even governments.

Year: 2017 | Type: Article

Personalised genetic testing and its impact to insurance

Personalised genetic testing and its impact to insurance

Over recent years there has been significant growth in our ability to test for genetic conditions accompanied by exponential falls in the cost of genetic testing. The implications for modern medical practice are substantial, and the insurance industry is supportive of the many advantages genetic testing has to offer in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Nonetheless, there is concern that policy holders may not always share risk-relevant genetic information, thereby increasing insurer’s exposure to adverse-selection.

Year: 2017 | Type: Article

Dan Zelezinski, Peak Health: Employees and organisations aim to reduce stress with wearables

Leveraging health data to build personal resilience and sustainable high performance

Health monitoring can help prevent or monitor illness. It can also be used at the other end of the spectrum to gauge high performance. Energy is the currency of high performance. The best performers develop the skill of aligning maximum energy with the highest return task they undertake. In cerebral industries, such as financial services, many employers still believe they are employing people just for their brains.

Year: 2016 | Type: Conference Summary

The digital patient: wearables in chronic disease care

How will people with long term medical conditions access care in the future? As sensors, wearables and online platforms become part of the services offered by doctors and therapists, patients are now able to access care options at home. These digital care delivery models enable patients more control over their health and illness and may potentially save the cost of clinical visits.

Year: 2016 | Type: Video

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