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In the course of digitalization, which was initially somewhat slower to arrive in the insurance industry, the industry-specific term INSURTECH has emerged in recent years. There is no official definition. This neologism is a combination of insurance and technology and is an offspring of the FinTech scene that has already existed on the market for some time (e.g. PayPal). InsurTechs are technological companies that have focused on services within the insurance world. It is not uncommon for Big Data and AI to play a significant role in this context in order to offer innovative insurance products or services. The optimisation of insurance processes can also be a focus of InsurTechs.
InsurTechs can help modernise the insurance industry by speeding up formal processes, developing new consulting methods or innovative and more transparent insurance models. Stefan Wittmann, Director Life/Health Operations at Deutsche Rückversicherung AG, said at the InsurTech Conference 2019: "Working with startups is extremely rewarding, as InsurTechs can help the big players in insurance to become more agile, entrepreneurial and inventive. InsurTechs offer enormous opportunities for better customer service, cost-saving potential and greater efficiency, which means a clear competitive advantage. Digital solutions also convey the image of the innovative and contemporary insurance company to the outside world. In addition, the motto "prevention instead of cure" has not only arrived in the healthcare market, but is also making sense for the insurance industry. Risk prevention instead of risk management is coming more to the fore in the context of new digital product ideas.
Insurance-specific apps - such as YAS.life's white-label solution with the digital bonus program for health insurance companies - offer completely new ways to interact with policyholders and thus communicate relevant topics or content with them.
The basic idea of insurance is based on a principle of solidarity "all for one": the risk of a claim is borne by the insurance community. Many insured persons pay insurance premiums, with the insurance company acting as the collection point. If a claim occurs for an insured person, that person receives the agreed claim payment from the collective pot of premiums.
Reinsurance is insurance for an insurance or reinsurance company. This compensates for the underwriting risk of major claims. The symbiosis of reinsurers (actuarial know-how & financial support) and start-ups (100% digital orientation) can also produce disruptive solutions. For example, YAS.life and Deutsche Rück AG have been working closely together since 2017 to develop innovative insurance products.
Offer your target group a tailored solution for digital health prevention as a free bonus program. This way you promote more exercise and a healthy lifestyle. Based on our experience with the YAS app, we offer you individual solutions: whether for statutory health insurances, private insurances or as part of company health management.