Pilot #12 of INFINITECH is now collecting RWD
INFINITECH’s Pilot 12 is aspiring to offer insurance companies the tools to assess the lifestyle of their clients, to facilitate personalized health insurance offerings.The first step in understanding the lifestyle risks of clients is to measure their Real-world Data (RWD) client. Then machine learning systems can perform risk and fraud assessments, while insurance company personnel can verify these assessments and prepare the personalised offers to the clients.
Pilot 12 has taken this first step utilizing Healthentia for the collection of RWD. The RWD span across four categories (physiological, psychological, social and environmental) and are collected in two modes (measured using devices, reported by the clients via questionnaires). In doing so, we have identified an initial set of measurements and questionnaires, all in the physiological category, and are having a RWD collection dry run with volunteers already working in Pilot 12. Currently we have 15 users contributing:
Monitoring this dry run will allow us to understand our RWD and ways to augment them, get user experience feedback and compile a toy dataset to start the analysis tasks.
Stay tuned as we monitor our 15 volunteers before opening up the study to a larger group, collecting a larger quantity of data and a variety of user profiles to draw insights from.