Health monitoring in insurance: Unlocking the power of your customers' data

04 Dec 2017

Location: Rüschlikon/Zurich, Switzerland

Summary

We are accumulating data all the time. On our phones, on our smart watches, on our wearable health and fitness devices. This has not escaped the attention of life and health insurers, who have begun to leverage devices as a strategy of engagement with their customers. Insurers are increasingly asking themselves how they should curate, analyse and process the growing flows of health relevant data coming from their policy-holders.

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Monday, 4 December 2017

08.00

Coffee and networking

08.30

Welcome and introduction
Francis Blumberg, Head L&H Products Solutions, Swiss Re

08.40

From virtual to post-virtual: Leading through change
Robert Wolcott, Clinical Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Kellogg School of Management
VideoSummary


BLOCK ONE: INTEGRATION OF WEARABLES INTO RISK-BASED INSURANCE SOLUTIONS

09.20

Leveraging wearables for next generation underwriting and risk stratification
Dave Wang, CEO and Co-Founder, Striiv
VideoSummary

09.40

Everion and Augment: A window to my health
Andreas Caduff, CEO and Founder, Biovotion
Summary

10.00

Integrating active data into insurance products
Ben Randall, Manager L&H Individual Life UK & Ireland, Swiss Re
Summary

10.20

Coffee break


BLOCK TWO: DATA AGGREGATION, ANALYTICS AND REGULATION

10.50

Privacy management to drive outcomes from data aggregation
Evelina Georgieva, Chief Business Development Officer, Pryv SA
Pierre-Mikael Legris, CEO, Pryv SA
VideoSummary

11.10

Customer engagement and underwriting through predictive analytics
Patrick Bewley, CEO, Big Cloud Analytics
 Summary

11.30

Multiparadigm data science: AI, analytics and answers
Conrad Wolfram, Strategic Director and European Co-Founder/CEO, Wolfram Research
VideoSummary

12.10

Lunch

 

BLOCK THREE: INSURANCE RELEVANT HEALTH APPLICATIONS

13.30

Breakout sessions: Round 1 (repeated)

Session 1: Mental health and stress
Jo Aggarwal, Co-Founder, Touchkin

Steve Donald, Development Director, babylon


Session 2: Sleep and pain management
Anda Baharav, CEO and Founder, SleepRate

Adi Costa, VP R&D & Operations, Medasense Biometrics

Session 3: Cardiovascular diseases
Giorgio Quer, Assistant Professor, Scripps Translational Science Institute

Kuldeep Singh Rajput, Founder and CEO, Biofourmis

Session 4: Diabetes management
Eran Atlas, Co-Founder & CEO, DreaMed Diabetes

Arjun Panesar, Co-Founder and CEO, Diabetes.co.uk
Charlotte Summers, COO, Diabetes.co.uk

14.15

Break

14.25

Breakout sessions: Round 2 (repeated)

15.10

Coffee break

 

BLOCK FOUR: WHAT'S NEXT?

15.40

The power of blending behavioural and physiological data
Tom Vandendooren, Chief Business Development Officer, Sentiance
Summary

16.10

Data visualization: Making sense of our complex world
Hem Patel, Co-Founder and Partner, Signal Noise
Christian Thümer, Co-Founder and Partner, Signal Noise
Summary

16.40

Closing remarks
Francis Blumberg, Head L&H Products Solutions, Swiss Re
Video

16.45

Apero and networking

17.30

End

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Photos by: David Ausserhofer

About the event

Forget 10,000 steps – wearables are moving to new levels, with serious implications for insurers.

Real time physiological monitoring is being transformed into risk scores and integrated into insurance products. Data provided by wearables will increasingly be interpreted by dedicated health apps, providing constant insights into health and well-being. And the next generation wearables may be under rather than over the skin.

Francis Blumberg
Head L&H Products Solutions
Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd

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