iFHP Whitepaper – The Right To Be Forgotten, Are You Ready?
Introducing Our New Report on The Right to Be Forgotten in Health Insurance

In recent years, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations have sparked significant discussions around the Right to Be Forgotten, particularly in the context of cancer survivors’ rights to privacy during insurance applications. iFHP’s latest report looks at this evolving legislation, exploring its implications for health insurers and cancer survivors alike.

Key Highlights from the report

1. Origins and Evolution: The Right to Be Forgotten stems from discussions on life insurance but is progressively extending to health insurance. Spain has already outlined plans for its implementation.

2. Challenges and Perspectives: We engage with industry experts to understand diverse viewpoints, reflecting on the impact on risk management, customer expectations and the lack of consensus across EU member states.

3. Implications for Health Insurers: The report evaluates potential impacts on premiums, equitable access, and underwriting practices, highlighting challenges in balancing privacy protection and risk assessment.

4. Addressing Concerns: Insights from members and survivor advocates are juxtaposed, offering practical solutions for health insurers to navigate potential risks.

Our report offers a condensed yet comprehensive analysis of the evolving dynamics surrounding the Right to Be Forgotten in health insurance. It’s a must-read for anyone interested in privacy, coverage and the future of healthcare.

Download the full report to gain valuable insights and stay ahead in the ever-changing landscape of health insurance

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