Two Ways to Innovate in Life Insurance
To reverse the long-term decline in those buying life insurance, companies must become relevant to younger, healthier people.
Insurance Companies on the Hunt for Young Workers
That is the challenge for insurers facing future labor shortages and intense competition from flashier companies such as tech startups for young, talented employees. About half of all insurance workers are older than 45. The industry’s reputation is bruised from the financial crisis bailout of AIG and the denial of claims after hurricanes Katrina in New Orleans and Sandy on the East Coast.
Doctors Predict Revolution Coming in Breast Cancer Care
A breast cancer diagnosis once loomed as a likely death sentence, a traumatizing battle fraught with chemotherapy, radiation or radical surgery, even in a best-case scenario.
Today doctors predict new treatments will revolutionize care during the next decade, knocking mortality rates to dramatic lows with genetic tests and personalized medicine.
Are They Dead? The Missing Insured
How a prompt and thorough claims investigation can assist in missing insured cases.
MIB Life Index Reports U.S. Life Insurance Activity Recovers in November, up +5.2%
U.S. application activity for individually underwritten life insurance grew at +5.2% in November, year-over-year, all ages combined, according to the MIB Life Index.