Telehealth, artificial intelligence and wearables are some of the many trends in technology driving huge changes in medical care and in affordable access to quality care. This session shared examples from financial services providers on how they are building comprehensive value propositions for women and their families around this most critical of life’s needs.
ANNE RAVANONA, Founder and CEO, Global Invest Her
SANDRINE COULANGE, Health Program Director, AXA
CAROLINE NOUBLANCHE, CEO, Apricity
PURA MENDEZ, Women Market Segment Manager, Banco BHD León
ADAORIE UDECHUKWU; Head, Women Banking; Access Bank
Women need a safe place to talk.
— Anne Ravanona
Women are the chief medical officers of their family. … We have been leveraging technology to provide better access to healthcare, and while we are not designing specifically for women, we have seen that between 60 and 70 percent of our users are women.
— Sandrine Coulange
Apricity is the world’s first virtual fertility clinic and is designed around the needs of the user rather than the clinician.
— Caroline Noublanche
Women who hold an insurance policy are 2.3x more profitable than those who don’t have a policy.
— Pura Mendez
The key to the business case is to build partnerships with others in the health ecosystem.
— Adaorie Udechukwu