8th Global Health Insurance Conference

23 Sep


On 22nd and 23rd of September, Uniglobal held the 8th Global Health Insurance Conference in Prague.

The event brought together leading experts in health insurance, who had an opportunity to discuss about their experiences and knowledge about how digital technology is transforming health insurance as well as about becoming more customer-centric.

The 2-day conference combined excellent presentations and great atmosphere, creating interactive discussions about preventive & wellness care in health insurance and how to increase operational excellence while reducing expenses.

In addition, round-table discussions and networking breaks created a great interactive ambiance where most important topics were discussed.

Uniglobal team would like to thank all the participants for their involvement in this conference. Our special thanks go to our speakers and chairman for their support and commitment. Hope to see you all on one of our future events soon!

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Product manager, NN Life Insurance, Romania
“It was very interesting. All the topics were relevant regarding to what we are facing on the market at this moment”

Chief Risk Underwriter, ERGO Life Insurance SE Latvian Branch, Latvia
“Very inspiring. Since I represent the insurance company providing products for local market only the conference gave me the wider look on global processes”

Head of Non Motor Technical Area, Modular and BRE, Allianz Italy
“High level: very interesting and a real global approach to healthcare topics”

Business Development Manager, AP Companies, Russa
“Very good conference in terms of content of the presentations, as well as the balance of time between sessions and opportunity to do networking. Leaving today with a lot of ideas to fulfill in our business.”

VP Global Initiatives, Olympus Managed Health Care, Inc., USA – Canada
“Exceeded my expectations on speaker content + networking ability”

Chief Health Officer, Allianz, Turkey
“Theme, speakers and direction selected perfectly well and chaired. We were able to get a compact and thorough overview of the evolution in technology that could impact healthcare insurance.”