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Coming up in ITIJ:
GDPR and its effects on healthcare providers, insurers and assistance companies around the world
What trends are insurance companies seeing with regards to how claimants how attempting to defraud their insurers? How is the move towards claims automation affecting fraud levels?
· Infectious disease update
Where’s risky, and what for in 2018? What ongoing problems are there as a result of drug-resistance?
· Security concerns driving additional cover
Terrorism disruption cover is slowly being introduced to the market, including disinclination to travel cover – who is introducing it, how complicated was it to find an underwriter? It’s moving into the leisure market now, not just for business. How else are they shaping products?
· Obstacles to innovation
What is stopping insurance companies from providing the services and cover that their insureds are demanding? (regulation, finances etc)
· Winter sports cover
The latest policy innovations
· Shift towards more tailored products
Will start-ups/innovation push the market further in this direction?
- Business travel insurance costs vs quality
As companies are demanding more from their business travel insurance policies, are costs rising, or are they demanding more service for the same money? How are insurers responding?
2018 Review publications:
- Assistance & Repatriations Review I (April)
- Cost Containment Review (June)
- Air Ambulance Review II (September)
- Assistance & Repatriation Review II (October)
- ITIC Global Review (December)
Please note that this information is subject to change without notice