Global spending on health has reached USD 8.3 trillion, or 10% of global GDP, according to the WHO (2018). A large portion of this is attributable to the way we manage chronic and age-related illnesses: in expensive, curative settings and in an episodic manner.
Fortunately, changes are afoot with New Care Models (NCMs) that wrap services around the whole care continuum, with a focus on prevention, health promotion, proactive case management, and collaboration across health and social care.
The Geneva Association’s new report consolidates the early evidence on NCMs, options for operating models and practical insights that analyse the implications for life and health insurers.
This webinar is an opportunity to hear the key findings of the report and engage with leading academics and practitioners from the health and life insurance industry who have embarked on this journey with consumer wellbeing and financial sustainability in mind.
- Adrita Bhattacharya-Craven, Director Health & Ageing, The Geneva Association
- Nicholas Goodwin, Director, Central Coast Research Institute for Integrated Care
- Christian Wards, Director of Group Healthcare, AIA
- Margaret-Mary Wilson, Executive Vice President and Associate Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealth Group
This event is part of our #RiskConversations series – webinars to present the findings of recent Geneva Association research.