Gen Re partners with insurtech start-up TrackActive

Set to raise £300k funding

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L/R Michael Levens & Ian Prangley, founders of TrackActive
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L/R Michael Levens & Ian Prangley, founders of TrackActive

To develop AI-enabled solution for musculoskeletal rehabilitation

UK insurtech start-up TrackActive, with the help of Gen Re and investor HR TECH Partnership, is on course to raise £300k seed funding to develop TrackActive Me, an artificial intelligence-enabled musculoskeletal (MSK) solution. Following a closed beta testing phase with Insurance Australia Group (IAG), TrackActive is working with Gen Re to improve healthcare services for insurance members. Developed using insights from TrackActive Pro, the firm's first product, TrackActive Me, with its AI-enabled...

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