Announcement: SOA releases passing candidate numbers for July 2019 Exam P.

Model of Long-Term Health Care Cost Trends in Canada

The Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) and the Society of Actuaries (SOA) are pleased to make available a resource model that provides long-run (to 2050 and beyond) forecasts of health care spending in Canada. The material was authored by Michel Grignon, Byron Spencer, and Li Wang of McMaster University.

Materials

Model of Long-Term Health Care Cost Trends in Canada Report

Model of Long-Term Health Care Cost Trends in Canada Excel

Thank You

The SOA would like to thank the following individuals for serving on the Project Oversight Group:

Karen Dixon, Co-Chair
Kristina Percy, Co-Chair
Heike Reck, Vice-Chair
Michele Boivin
John Have
Kevin Binder

Questions Or Comments?

If you have comments or questions, please send an email to research@soa.org.

Disclaimer for Software Posted on Web site

Important: The Canadian Long Term Healthcare Costs Trend Resource Model ("Software") posted on this site is the property of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (“CIA”) and the Society of Actuaries ("SOA") and is protected under U.S. and international copyright laws. It was created for the CIA and SOA by Michel Grignon, Byron Spencer, and Li Wang.

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Disclaimer for Materials Posted on this Web Page: The model, accompanying documentation, and methodologies contained herein do not represent an official position, statement, or endorsement on behalf of the CIA or SOA or their members, nor should the material be construed to do so. It is the product of a research effort commissioned by the CIA and SOA to add to the library of resource tools for the estimation of long term health care cost trends and further knowledge in that area. The model is neither intended to preclude the use of other methodologies for estimation of long term health care cost trends for any purpose nor provide a statement or position on the use, application, or preferability of other methodologies as compared to the methodology described herein.