CLOUD IN INSURANCE IS ABOUT MORE THAN COST SAVINGS

RICHARD LEROY | October 17, 2018

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From benefit enrollment and claims management to deployment of new technologies, cloud-based solutions offer tangible opportunities across the insurance industry. By now, the cloud has been a hot topic in the insurance industry for almost a decade. But while carriers have been relatively cautious about cloud adoption, the conversation has changed in the past few years, moving from “why” to “when and how.” In this series, I will explore the benefits of cloud in the insurance industry, discuss key trends, and provide a roadmap for insurers’ journey to the cloud. In addition, I will outline the essential factors for cloud management.

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ConnectiCare

ConnectiCare is a leading health plan in the state of Connecticut. A local company for more than 35 years, ConnectiCare has a full range of products and services for businesses, municipalities, individuals and those who are Medicare-eligible. By striving to make it easy for members to get the care they need, ConnectiCare leads the individual market in the state, and is ranked among the top commercial health plans in the nation, according to the National Committee for Quality Assurance. ConnectiCare is a subsidiary of Emblem Health of New York.

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