Swiss Re partners on new mental health for insurance

With Wysa

John Brazier
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Swiss Re partners on new mental health for insurance

Swiss Re has partnered with mental health platform Wysa to develop a new app specifically designed for the insurance industry.

The app has been designed to allow customers to better track their mental wellbeing and improve links to insurers' existing support networks, such as therapy providers or Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs). This is aimed at creating a "win-win" scenario for both parties through earlier intervention in the claims process. The app will include improved monitoring/mental health tracking, curated pathways to signpost consumers to relevant offline support and better reporting for insurance clients....

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