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Telecom giant Telenor launches a digital health service for emerging markets

There’s a new company entering the mobile healthcare space in Asia, and it is perhaps an unlikely name. That’s because telecom giant Telenor has launched Tonic, a service that provides basic medical information as well as more sophisticated services.

Tonic has launched first in Bangladesh via Telenor-owned Grameenphone, the country’s largest operator with over 57 million customers.

Bangladesh is the world’s eighth largest country with a population of 168 million people, yet there are just 0.4 doctors per 1,000 people and the World Health Organization estimates that 60 percent of national healthcare spend is not covered by insurance. Continue reading

Re-Imagining InsuranceTech

Insurance, The Blockchain, and The Sharing Economy: Re-Imagining InsuranceTech with P2P Social Insurance Networks on the Blockchain.

We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness – not by each other’s misery. We don’t want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone. And the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way

Charlie Chaplin, the Great Dictator

Insurance Origins

“Friendly Societies” or “Collaborative Communities” was the original model of the insurance business. However, the modern problems associated with the insurance business can be somewhat attributed to corporate centralization, state controls, and constructive policy decisions. Continue reading

Motivation at Work: insurance and banking are behind

Ernst & Young has recently published a very interesting report about job satisfaction and enjoyment in Swiss business branches (private and government).

It is interesting to see that among many industries people are far less happy and enjoy their work in the sectors of insurance and banking, few leading categories in Switzerland, where evergreen Pharma and raising Biotech are at the top.

We are wondering why is that so. Maybe it is also another indirect sign that the industry is expecting a big change in nearest future?

Work satisfaction report. EY 2016

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innovation in insurance

Profit or Transparency, Innovation or No Disruption?

While talking to different representatives of insurance business one can be sure: there are no common opinion or clear strategy where to go. Shall there be innovation and disruption, should it be customer-oriented service and full transparency – no one knows. You can only hear these fancy words on board meetings and advertisement materials.

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Making a claim on your insurance policy

Making a claim

If you need to make a claim, contact your insurer as soon as possible and ask them to send you a claim form. They may be able to email this to you to speed things up. Complete the claim form carefully and keep a copy for yourself, uploading to unadox service.

Check the following things before you send off your claim:

  • you’re within the time limits for making a claim
  • you’re covered for what you’re claiming for
  • how much the excess is. The excess is the amount of money that your insurer will take off the claim. It may not be worth making a claim if the amount you’re claiming for is less than this
  • the small print. Make sure there’s nothing in the terms and conditions that prevents you from claiming
  • whether it’s a new for old policy. If it isn’t, the amount you get for items you’re claiming for will be less than the cost of replacing them. This is because the insurer takes off money for wear and tear. Continue reading