What next for digital health in group protection?

"The personalised pathway approach works"

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As digital healthcare becomes a central part of individual patient pathways, the necessity of a multidisciplinary team approach is become vital for group protection, writes Vanessa Sallows, claims and governance director at Legal & General UK Protection.

The digital healthcare market has grown rapidly over recent years. But in an increasingly crowded landscape, the thing that will set digital healthcare providers apart is first and foremost whether they are evidence-based and, secondly, whether they collaborate, with other insurer pathway providers and with public and community healthcare services. All insurers that work with third-party digital healthcare providers have a role to play here, in terms of assessing evidence credentials and helping to facilitate that collaboration. For group protection, specifically, this is about bringi...

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