I have decided to write a book about the relationship between insurance and technology.
Wells Media Group (WMG) and I have entered into an agreement where WMG will publish, market, and distribute the book as a paper book, ebook, and audio book when it is finished.
I plan to keep the working title secret until the book is finished and published.
My target date to finish the book is 15 months from now.
During the process of writing the book, I plan to reach out to insurers, brokers, claim adjudicators, and other participants in the insurance industry about their current and planned applications of various technologies. Coming from the business side of the insurance industry I fully realize that many (almost all?) insurers will not want their names used in the book. No problem: I can describe your firm in general attributes that will ensure my readers won’t know your firm. Insurance industry participants: Let me know if I can reach out to you by emailing me: email@example.com
I also plan to reach out to a variety of technology firms which offer solutions to insurers, brokers, claim adjudicators, and other participants in the insurance industry. Technology firms: Let me know if I can reach out to you by emailing me: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will focus primarily on P&C insurance (personal and commercial lines of business) in my discussions about insurance and technology.
However, and as usual for those people who know me, I plan to not write about health insurance or workers’ compensation.
Regardless of the line of insurance business, I will (continue to) stipulate that any firm that must adhere to insurance regulations is an insurance firm and not any type of technology firm.