Justin Stephani

Justin Stephani

Associate Editor
Justin Stephani oversees content for INN's website and can be reached at 312-777-1378.
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As insurers undertake technology transformations, more are finding the competition for IT talent to be fierce.
To compete in the health exchange marketplaces, health insurers are finding that effectively integrating and storing data, analyzing consumer data and precision pricing are essential.
As consumers grow more demanding, insurers would do well to anticipate customer concerns and offer instruction on how to avoid them; but first, they need executive buy-in.
A watershed year is shaping up for insurers and their use of technology, and IT/business relations are more important than ever.
Insurers are unanimous in two things: They do not need SIFI oversight, and they are tired of waiting.
Deloitte’s Howard Mills speaks on the FIO’s involvement and the regulatory precedent a SIFI designation would set in the industry.
Hear enough examples of companies employing technologies for reasons beyond serving the same old markets, and you begin to see some trends.
This week, the insurer found itself at the mercy of the Internet, leaving the industry to question its consumer-centric and social media strategies.
A cluttered regulatory environment leaves the FIO stepping on some toes, as dispute with USTR may be preventing the release of the FIO’s first report.
Automakers’ recent move to incorporate smartphone hubs into production and the recent outcries against distracted driving could put insurers in precarious position.

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