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The healthcare insurance industry has undergone major technology waves. However, whilst increased adoption of IT solutions has already enabled process improvements, insurers continue to struggle to get a grip on the myriads of stakeholders and privacy and regulatory concerns they must manage within their IT infrastructure. Following many inwardly-looking initiatives, the focus must now shift to improving end-customer interactions and addressing patient needs from a customer-centric perspective. Digital lies at the heart of enabling virtually everything consumers want to do. Their high expectations are the same across many industries: 75% of the thousands of patients interviewed globally by McKinsey wish digital healthcare services met their expectations around needs (for example appointment management and relevant information) and quality1. Self-service portals and apps are no longer a differentiator: they are a basic requirement. This holds true across generations. Digital services are embraced not only by millennials, but also by baby boomers and older customers. This is why health insurers must adopt a customer-centric approach to understand their customers’ real needs and develop products and services that address them via the appropriate medium.

1 Healthcare’s Digital Future. 2014. Mckinsey, retrieved from: our-insights/healthcares-digital-future



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