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Statutory health insurance companies in Germany have had to offer their policyholders their personal electronic patient record (EPR) since 1 January 2021. So far, only a little more than 470,000 electronic patient records have been created, despite the potential of about 83 million users. In my blog post, I’ll explain why this is the case, address the challenges private health insurance companies face and show how the situation can change.

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A community of practice is an association of experts. Its objectives include the exchange and transfer of knowledge on specialist topics. Together with other testing experts, prominently from the insurance sector, I founded the Testing@Insurance CoP last summer. My blog post introduces you to our Testing@Insurance CoP in more detail.

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19.05.2022 By Stefan Rogge and Alexander Frommelt

Lost in the clouds

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It is no longer possible to imagine IT projects without the cloud, regardless of what industry you’re talking about. New business models offer advantages in terms of scalability, stability and security, which deliver benefits across the cost structure of the IT system landscape. In many customer situations, the cloud is used as an all-purpose term or even as a buzzword. It loses its core meaning. But what is the cloud and what does it mean for me?

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11.05.2022 By Ann-Kathrin Bendig and Jan Jungnitsch

Data Driven Insurance - Digital Business Models holistically automated!

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Data is one of the most valuable assets for any company – and this is no different for insurers. The amount of data continues to grow as digitalisation gathers pace. The challenge for insurers is to generate complete, high-quality data from the vast quantities of information available. This blog post explains what data-driven insurance is and what the associated requirements and implications are.

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Everyone talks about sustainability, but do we all mean the same thing? The insurance industry can use its prominent position to make a major contribution to sustainable action. You may now be asking yourself how an insurance company can be sustainable in the first place. I will explain how in my blog post.

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Cloud computing has become an essential part of the IT strategy for the majority of companies in Germany. Software as a Service (SaaS) and cloud-based infrastructure services in particular are the preferred means for meeting the challenges of digitalisation. In my blog post, I’ll describe the transition from the cloud to ‘real’ Software as a Service and show you its benefits.

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29.03.2022 By Florian Petermann, Andreas Honert and Stefan Hilmer

The agile regression trap

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Sometimes people, organisations or companies that have gone through a long agile transition fall back into old habits. In our blog post, we will first define the term ‘agile regression’, identify the causes and triggers that can set off agile regression and then outline the signs that point to regression being imminent.

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In the first part of my blog post, I used a persona to derive the requirements of Generation Alpha for insurance providers. In this blog post, I will explain what the next generation of insurance customers values and how insurance providers can prepare for these demands and needs.

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Companies employ staff in different roles, which means they have different areas of responsibility. These employees often possess above-average specialist knowledge in a subject area or special skills. But this knowledge is often – consciously or unconsciously – not shared. This creates an environment in which the conditions do not promote the growth of knowledge and prevent it from being used in a targeted way to advance the company and to offer real added value to (potential) customers. How can a company promote knowledge sharing through a community of practice and benefit (potential) customers and interested parties? I will explain how in this blog post using the example of the community of practice for the topic of company pension schemes.

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