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MHA/507--Week 2
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  • Due on 26 Jan, 2018 12:00:00
  • Asked On 23 Jan, 2018 12:04:53
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Review and consider the content you covered during Week Two.

Post a 260- to 350-word response to the following question as a New Message into the discussion area:

  • Telematic devices have been used by insurance companies to collect billions of miles worth of driving data from its policy holders. Should health insurance companies be able to do the same to their policy holders through wearable tech? Defend your answer.

Cite at least 2 peer-reviewed, scholarly, or similar references.

Format your citations according to APA guidelines.

Read and respond to two of your colleagues' responses with feedback or suggestions regarding their thoughts.

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MHA/507--Week 2
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MHA/507--Week 2 Many insurance companies rely on telematic devices to gather driving data from policy holders. As mentioned by Vaia et al. (2012), this is an appropriate technique because it allows insurance companies to monitor a number of things relating to driving. These include driving speed, braking. Largely, I believe utilizing such a technology is not only beneficial to insurance companies, but also extends some benefits to drivers who drive carefully. In fact, some insurance companies provide discounts on premiums particularly for drivers with ...
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