Often, considerations about the future social effects of decentralized technology show recently differentiated images of slightly better methods that may differ radically from current ones. The decentralized collection of centrally controlled processes could mean a significant deterioration of both the technological potential and the promise of development. Without comparable prior structural changes, the introduction of decentralized technologies in established sectors that promote service offers rather than improve them should be worrisome.
In the well-known fact-based business school anecdote, the case of one of the first claims on life insurance is often repeated. Shortly after this type of insurance policy was available, the life insurance company really died, while high security protection was in effect. When the family of the deceased tried to submit an application, the insurer wrote a new definition of how his company accused “one year” to avoid charges.
Laudable industrial creativity or undefended competition will likely depend on whether it was conveyed in a strategy or ethics conference. In this context, we are now turning to the introduction of blockchain technology in the insurance industry:
“ORLANDO, Fla. – Blockchain technology has a future for compensation transactions for employees, because technology can improve communication and performance across the industry,” said the moderator to the participants of the National Symposium on National Council Problems of Compensation Insurance. that will allow insurers and stakeholders to “create, store, manage and share data as a record of secure transactions,” said Paul Meeusen, director of Distributed Ledger Technology and head of reinsurance at Swiss Re and CEO B3i.
Meeusen said: Blockchain consists of a scattered book, a consensus that provides a “single version” of information, cryptography for secure and authentic transactions and intelligent contracts that operate automatically under defined conditions. In the traditional insurance system, there is an inefficient flow of information from the insurer through the insurer to the reinsurer in the capital market. Mr. Meeusen explained how technology works to achieve efficiency instead of collecting and analyzing data in separate systems.
“We work together, but we maintain control over our data,” he said.
To compensate employees, Blockchain can give interested parties the option of sharing personal and medical information and provides a safe place to store and access information. This technology will also allow the verification of Comp coverage in the entire blockchain platform. It also allowed real-time messaging and confidential information exchange across the industry. “There is definitely an element of efficiency,” Meeusen said. May 19, 2018, Louise Esola on business insurance.
In fact, Blockchain can provide a transparent, decentralized and immutable record of digital data inputs. There are also many improvements that use “smart contract” events that run automatically or with complex challenges. It is without a doubt. However, the quality of content is often overlooked or simply incorporated into the excitement of technology.
Existing replication methods that use new media may not be improved. In other words, regardless of whether the insurance policy is carried out centrally by the issuing company or if it is covered by decentralized technologies, it does not say anything about its practical application. The same issuing company formulated and applied the terms.
The reservations, clauses, gaps and conditions of many insurance policies that prohibit payments to owners are too numerous to be listed here in detail. Suffice it to say that for many, they are a recognizable part of the insurance process. In order to invariably digitize the conditions of an insurance company, the complexities that individual insureds can not fully comprehend are only benefits for the issuing company.
Instead of personal exchange, the explanation or justification for a misunderstanding is digitally unalterable and
Social security is one of the successes of Americans. The program is the foundation for the economic security of more than 47 million Americans and their families. Due to the integrated security measures, we were close to eradicating poverty among the elderly. It also helps provide basic income to millions of families who have suffered the death or disability of an employee.
The financial security of social security is very strong. In 2003, it received a rate of $ 161 billion higher than the benefits it paid. These programs have the resources to provide benefits to the baby boom generation and their children and grandchildren. The security trustees predict that they will pay more and more benefits for at least many years, when baby boom survival will occur mainly in the eighties and nineties. If the long-term growth rate of the United States economy. UU falls to the half level of the last 50 years, the trust fund may run out after 2042, but taxes on social security wages would only benefit from an estimated value of $ 1,000 more than after inflation, the current retirement rate.
According to the less pessimistic assumptions, the long-term prognosis and the low cost of the Trustee will continue to provide predictions that each generation of pensioners is more abundant than its predecessors in all the benefits of the 21st century. If the financing of social security is really in good shape, why have so many politicians, political analysts and journalists warned us that something must be done to save it? As we have many Americans convinced that they will not be there.
Social security images are common because forecasts for the near future based on multiple assumptions are presented as “often distorted” events and are almost always treated in isolation. In addition, some organizations and individuals involved in privatization are motivated by ideology or expect to make profits of billions of dollars in capital expenditures that a privatized system could generate.
Most Americans would be financially damaged under a privatized system, everything would be much less secure and the creation of a new system would cost billions of dollars in new taxes. Therefore, weakening faith in the existing program was an important strategy that private organizations used to promote their program.
This report provides basic information on how social insurance works, explains how Americans can easily become long-term, even as an aging population, and points out the basic problems associated with proposals to privatize the program.