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Healthcare Advancements Will Affect Casualty Insurer Claims, Says Novarica

Healthcare Advancements Will Affect Casualty Insurer Claims, Says Novarica New digital tools and data analysis applications disrupting traditional care management April 19, 2017 (BOSTON) – The advent of new medical technology, with advances in digital tools and data analysis, is poised to transform the healthcare industry.

Individual Life Insurers Investing in Technology to Support Product Innovation and Speed to Market, Says Novarica

Individual Life Insurers Investing in Technology to Support Product Innovation and Speed to Market, Says Novarica Carriers prioritize improving cost profiles and enhancing products and services to provide a competitive advantage April 11, 2017 (BOSTON) – In the continually competitive individual life sector of the insurance industry, technology plays an ever larger role in the ability of insurers to attract, retain, and profitably serve clients.

More than 40% of Insurer CIOs are Expanding Innovation Efforts, says Novarica Research

More than 40% of Insurer CIOs are Expanding Innovation Efforts, says Novarica Research Changing expectations of consumers and employees lead insurer CIOs towards more innovative strategies April 4, 2017 (BOSTON) –In an industry as traditional and risk-averse as insurance, innovation efforts are likely to be met with resistance, but today’s generation of tech-savvy consumers and employees have set new expectations surrounding innovation, both inside and outside of insurance.

Property Casualty 360: 7 ways to improve insurance industry IT recruitment

“Many organizations are not ready to meet the demands of a highly-skilled millennial workforce,” Rob McIsaac, Senior Vice President of Research and Consulting at Novarica and co-author of the report, said. “They continue to employ management practices that were perfected in a different time, with a different labor force, with a different set of priorities and expectations.”

Dig-In – Insurers still largely unclear of ROI from innovation efforts

“There are very real actions companies can take to make innovation real, but it is not something that typically happens when the tasked resources are doing it as an adjunct to their day jobs,” Rob McIsaac, SVP of Research and Consulting at Novarica, says. “Innovation in the truest sense of the word requires a top of the organization commitment to fund and nurture it … and to battle corporate cultures which can act as an enterprise immune system that functions to snuff out things which are perceived to be threats to the status quo.”

Dig-In – Machine learning: The next step for insurance analytics

“If your competitors aren’t doing it you’re fine – but as soon as your competitor starts using a different tool or model, you start suffering adverse selection,” Novarica’s Jeff Goldberg, SVP of Research and Consulting, explains. “We’ve been going through that with predictive analytics, and we’ll get to the point where we are with machine learning and AI too.”

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Novarica Nine Insurance and Technology Trends for 2017 and Beyond

In this 42-slide keynote presentation from the 10th Annual Insurance Technology Research Council Meeting, Novarica CEO Matthew Josefowicz reviews insurance technology trends.

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Medtech and P/C Insurance Claims

Advances in medical technology are poised to transform the healthcare industry, from diagnosis to care planning, treatment and recuperation.

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Business and Technology Trends: Individual Life

Individual life continues to be a competitive sector with technology playing an ever larger role in insurers’ ability to attract, retain, and profitably serve clients.

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Webinar – Simplifying and Powering your Data Mastery Journey with Robust Data Assets for Competitive Differentiation
05/04/2017

Data and analytics consistently rank in the top 3 priority areas of insurance … yet insurers struggle to define a way forward.

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Gen Re’s Spring CEO Conference
05/07/2017

Gen Re’s Spring CEO Conference May 7-10, 2017 Bluffton, SC Rob McIsaac, Senior Vice President of Research and Consulting, will be speaking at Gen Re’s Spring CEO Conference.

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Duck Creek Formation 17
05/08/2017

Duck Creek Formation 17 May 8-10, 2017 Atlanta, GA Martina Conlon, Senior Vice President of Research and Consulting, will be presenting at Duck Creek Formation 17.

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