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Six trends disrupting health insurance

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From chronic diseases to m-health, these megatrends represent both challenges and opportunities.

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Six trends disrupting health insurance

  1. 1. ©2015EYGMLimited.AllRightsReserved.EYGno.EG0264EDNone 1 The chronic disease crisis 2 3 6 4 5 Learn more about the challenges and opportunities associated with these trends — and EY’s bold vision for the future. Visit ey.com/HIOF Payers, employers and governments are not incentivized to change long-term behaviors The move to outcomes and value So far, change has been slow and piecemeal M-health technologies The big data revolution Customer centricity Insurers not close to customers due to limited data and independent agents Underwriting pressures Investment income down, regulatory constraints, micro-segmentation Six trends that are disrupting health care and health insurance UW ► Huge potential, but uncertain reimbursement ► Slow adoption ► Fragmented information ► No complete picture; information asymmetry
  2. 2. Visit ey.com/HIOF Payers, employers and governments are not incentivized to change long-term behaviors UW Six trends that are disrupting health care and health insurance 1 The chronic disease crisis 2 3 6 4 5 The move to outcomes and value So far, change has been slow and piecemeal M-health technologies The big data revolution Customer centricity Insurers not close to customers due to limited data, and independent agents Underwriting pressures Investment income down, regulatory constraints, micro-segmentation ©2015EYGMLimited.AllRightsReserved.EYGno.EG0264EDNone Learn more about the challenges and opportunities associated with these trends — and EY’s bold vision for the future. ► Huge potential, but uncertain reimbursement ► Slow adoption ► Fragmented information ► No complete picture; information asymmetry

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