In our last poll we asked "Now that the dust is beginning to settle, all things considered, has the overall impact of G-day been a positive one, or would you rather it had never happened?" The results were closely split with those feeling it has had a positive effect narrowly in the lead.
In our latest poll we ask "Now that the majority of insurers are publishing IP & CI claim stats, is it time to standardise the basis on which they're published?" Click here to take part in the poll and check back here soon to see the results.
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The tenth Protection Review conference and awards dinner will take place on 11 July 2013 at the Landmark London hotel. More details can be found in the events section on this site. View pictures from the 2012 conference, dinner and awards here. For queries about this, and other Protection Review events, including training, please email email@example.com
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FINEOS is the number one provider of Group and Individual software solutions for the global Life & Health insurance industry Claims assessors or handlers in the Protection industry gather a wealth of data and information during their triage and assessment of a claim and interactions with the claim-related participants. This information is generally recorded against the individual claim record. While…
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It’s nice to see protection insurance getting some focus recently. How this will benefit consumers and the industry as a whole remains to be seen, but it does seem a step in the right direction. Rocket science it’s not, although depending on int– erpretation from some commentators you might think it is. The ‘discovery’ is that consumers put service and…
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THE MIRACLE OF MAGGIE As I write this Margaret Thatcher lies cold in a mortuary, awaiting a grand funeral; in the world she has so recently departed the heat of the debate generated by her death shows little sign of cooling, and I am not sure if my memory is playing tricks on me. Don’t worry dear reader, this short…
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