Wearables and health apps will change the insurance industry forever

Martyn Warwick
By Martyn Warwick

Jun 21, 2016

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Dele Atanda, Co-Founder, President, Quantifyle Ltd

One of the most attractive and widely-used insurance industry innovations is a wellbeing app that encourages and motivates people to get back to work after periods of illness or redundancy. Quantifyle MD, Dele Atanda ,is quick to stress that the app is not an example of intrusive coercive monitoring, tracking and policing of those making income protection claims but provides instead for the passive collection of indicative data that is used to demonstrate an individual's progress and rehabilitation and encourage the subject to do more to hasten a return to the status quo ante. He adds that complete safeguards are in place to assure data sovereignty, security and privacy.

Filmed at: Internet of Insurance, London, 2016

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