Vince Bodnar, Chief Actuary at Bain Capital, Brian Haendiges, President and CEO US Life Companies at Genworth, and John Sieb, Business Head and COO Long-Term Care at Prudential Financial have a fireside chat covering a wide range of topics including: policyholder data, social determinants of health, wellness interventions, using technology to move the industry forward, and more.
Amy Waldron, Director, Global Industry Strategy Healthcare & Life Sciences at Google and Andrew Goldberg, Chief Operating Officer at HealthVerity discuss how to take third-party data and pair it with the data you already have to better understand your policyholders.
Klaas Stijnen, Chief Product Officer at Montoux and Mike Hughes, Chief Innovation and Transformation Officer at United Church Homes take a deep dive into longevity and aging in the home and how factoring in third party data can help to reduce claims costs and improve customer wellness. They discuss what data is available and how carriers can use that data to create more applicable product offerings as well as more effective wellness interventions.
Nick Sheahon, VP LTC Inforce Strategy & Analytics at Genworth, Stephanie Moench, Senior Manager at Oliver Wyman, Laurel Kastrup, Principal at PwC and Stephen Carlin, Customer Success Director and Product Owner at Montoux discuss the evolving role of the actuary in LTCI. This discussion handles topics like predictive analytics, data science, and actuarial judgement and how those elements are shaping the role and responsibilities of today's actuaries.
Montoux's Chief Product Officer, Klaas Stijnen, presents on the next big technological advance that is taking the actuarial world by storm - automation. Klaas expands upon what parts of the process will be automated, how this benefits both actuaries and carriers as a whole, and how the Montoux platform can create the perfect automated workflows to achieve these goals.
Char Hu, CEO of The Helper Bees presents on using technology in innovative home care solutions. He discusses how technology can help make a positive impact on a policyholder's life, how it can be implemented with common technology in existing touch points, future abilities and use cases, and more.