The State of Insurance Report 2022
This year, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave ripples in the health insurance sector. This State of Health Insurance Report dives into key global and regional trends and challenges, such as the evolving post-pandemic healthcare needs, AI and Big Data innovations, and more. Get ready to make informed decisions based on case studies and predictions from top insurers, whether you are an individual or a business.
What is Covered in the Report?
■ Key trends shaping the international private medical insurance (IPMI) sector
Even as the world begins to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and life gradually returns to normal, the pandemic’s impact on the health insurance sector continues to be seismic. From exposing health inequities and cementing the role of data to impacting strategies of health insurers, this section brings to light the most noteworthy macro factors shaping the global health insurance sector in a post-COVID-19 world.
The analysis covers the following 3 points, each with its own subpoints, including:
• COVID-19’s legacy: Health equity for all
• Data is the new healthcare currency
• Health insurers buckle up for growth
■ Regional trends in the international private medical insurance (IPMI) sector
Alongside the aforementioned global trends in the health insurance sector, there are many regional factors at play. Whether it’s an example or case study from a specific country that is in line with the overarching global trend or an entirely new insight pertaining to its local health insurance and/or regulatory sector, it’s crucial to explore these regional nuances.
The analysis covers key regions, each going into country-level detail, including:
• The Middle East and Africa
• The Americas
■ Changes and developments in the health insurance sector
While global and regional trends in this report have been contextualized by statistics, examples, and case studies from Pacific Prime and our health insurance partners, this section provides a bird’s eye overview of their key updates, strategies, and workings in order to better explain the changes and developments in the health insurance sector.
The commentary is broken down into two parts, including:
• Pacific Prime updates from around the world
• An insight into the strategies and workings of health insurers