June 13 - 14, 2016
Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown
Competency (Learn more)
Good actuarial reports tell clear stories-they are driven by data and presented objectively. Better reports offer a path to action and highlight hazards. The best actuarial reports leverage actuarial integrity and communicate beyond the profession, providing compelling, timely, and vivid data visualization. This one-and-a-half day seminar will provide insight on how to produce the best actuarial report.
By attending the Best Actuarial Practices in Health Studies Seminar, you will learn efficient approaches to perform research analysis and data visualization for the health field. This seminar will showcase some successful reporting programs and discuss what creates the best report. If you're seeking ways to use communication to reflect the depth and intensity of your health analysis, you can't afford to miss this seminar.
June 13 Afternoon:
Best in class presentation delivery and graphics.
June 14 Morning:
Framing a report, managing curated data and improving writing techniques.
June 14 Afternoon:
Developing the best actuarial reports from case studies (group work).
The Best Actuarial Practices in Health Studies Seminar will be held before the
2016 Health Meeting
on June 13-14 at the Philadelphia, Marriott Downtown in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Learn best practices and approaches to improve the presentation of actuarial analysis using techniques such as clear scoping and data visualization.
This program will benefit actuaries and other business professionals, especially those in health care, who are moving beyond data analysis into presenting results to a varied audience.
Level of Difficulty
The seminar is designed for participants with moderate experience.
Communication; Relationship Management & Interpersonal Collaboration; Results-Oriented Solutions; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving; Strategic Insight & Integration