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Our devices are Seminar report on gis pieces in the puzzle of better treating mental ill-health. So where are they useful? Dana left the audience with a question: If insurance companies notice a trend in their mental health data, do they have a responsibility to fund research into gaining greater insight into that trend?
If analysis shows us that early intervention reduces length and severity of episodes, or that a specific intervention is effective for anxiety, depression or ptsd, then insurance companies can fund research to provide an evidence base for that intervention, said Dana.
This will then allow them to write policies that support best practice mental health care with premiums people can afford. Anthea showed how GP encounters of mental health presentation are increasing, mental health is being medicalised, and digital technologies are affecting our behaviour.
There has been a dramatic increase in multitasking in a digital context and we now deal with multiple stimuli simultaneously when interacting with technology.
The impact on our attention is irreversible and Anthea discussed how this can cause us to avoid 'action, blame and change'. Some of the dark and bright sides of technology mentioned are listed left and below.
Lessons from Travel Insurance Experience suggests that mental health is not as big an underwriting problem as the market thought.
The number of claims appear well below expected and those with existing mental health conditions were relatively low risk. The GIS papers indicated more can be done by the industry to continue removing barriers to mental health cover and care within insurance. Which one is that?
The one you are doing!
With an insurance company lens on mental health, Bill Konstantinidis and Michael Storozhev Covermore presented their paper on the complexities and challenges of underwriting mental health risks in travel insurance.
Just like the challenges the insurance industry faced when attempting to underwrite flood risks, the travel insurance industry was quick to claim there was insufficient relevant data to ensure mental health risks were insurable.
Bill and Michael aimed to dispel some of these complexities and showcase how different data sources, both internal and external, could be fused to provide a baseline for the cost of mental health risks for travel insurance.
Additionally, Michael spoke of what made it difficult for the actuary to assess mental health conditions, especially when customers are overseas.
This point was central in demonstrating that mental health risks were not as extreme as first thought. Bill and Michael challenged participants not to accept the status quo when faced with similar future societal issues, urging actuaries to drive insurers, and give new products or benefits a go, especially where society expects coverage.
Overall the Seminar, with five sessions on mental health, showed how much the industry is focusing on the issue.The Seminar on Regional Cooperation held on February 7 , was significant, in that it was the first time that 11 Member States (Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and United Arab Emirates) in.
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