May 14, 2015
October 5, 2015 - October 6, 2015
news: Research from the company finds that 31% of insurance companies are already using wearable technology to engage customers, and two-thirds expect broad adoption of the technology within two years.
news: AIG, which is already using drones for inspections in New Zealand, is among the companies leading the charge for clear drone rules.
feature: Doug Cretsinger, CIO of the commercial lines insurer, says that as the carrier ramps up for the future, there's lots of potential to leverage telematics and the Internet of Things even among its customer base of nonprofits.
feature: More insurers are choosing cloud-based systems rather than traditional mainframe deployments for the next generation of their core processing software.
news: UHC says it is partnering with three telemedicine companies Doctor On Demand, Optums NowClinic and American Well to cover visits with a doctor via video technology, just as it would for in-person visits.
ma alliances: The alliance is intended to help bring new insurance products to market faster and cut the time required to produce personalized documents.
news: The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services hasnt yet put out final figures on the risk corridor program, S&P said.
hr news: Wells joined Jackson in 1995 in the marketing and distribution arm and helped develop the firms first variable annuity products
ma alliances: CEO Casserley has been pursuing acquisitions to extend Williss geographic reach and add customers seeking coverage for specialized risks.
WOMEN IN INSURANCE LEADERSHIP
UPDATE: New president of North American life insurance Cheryl Neal led a life division at Liberty Mutual and has also worked at HSBC and Morgan Stanley.
UPDATE: Six insurers in total have been recognized by the National Association for Female Executives for policies, practices and the number of women reaching the upper echelons of management.
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