This is what's called "data aggregation" in InsTech news. Ten different perspectives from 10 VC's active in the space. Together they make it clear that there's now money to invest, what's required is more ideas and from investable entrepreneurs. They are both out there.
From health benefits exchanges to new pay-per-use insurance applications, tech startups are gaining momentum in their attacks on the insurance industry. And they are also gaining funding dollars. According to CB Insights data, insurance tech startups raised $831M through the first five months of 2015 alone.