Tales of a Journey of Discoveryfor insurance programs, including the Affordable Care Act, and long-term disability coverage. There are ... needs skilled care, (2) needs assisted living, (3) needs home care, and (4) needs walk-in care. Cases are ...
Description: The article discovers that mortality is higher for females than for males at higher ages, and suggests "stress" as the explanation. It then discusses mental illness research, including recovery therefrom.Hide
- Authors: John M Bragg
- Date: Jul 2016
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Innovative solutions; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Problem analysis and definition
- Publication Name: Reinsurance News
- Topics: Demography>Mortality - Demography; Demography>Gender factors; Demography>Longevity; Demography>Population data; Experience Studies & Data>Disability; Experience Studies & Data>Long-term care - Experience Studies & Data; Experience Studies & Data>Morbidity; Experience Studies & Data>Mortality
Health ExpectancyHealthy 5-3 Incidence Rates to Skilled Nursing Care 5-4 Incidence Rates, Average Stay, and Claim Cost ... (2) needs assisted living and (3) needs skilled care. Comparisons are given with external sources. As ...
Description: This paper defines health expectancy as that part of life expectancy where the person is expected to be healthy. It also breaks down the remainder of life expectancy into two unhealthy categories, one where assisted living will be necessary, and one where a skilled nursing facility will be necessary. These expectations are calculated for many combinations of age, other demographic characteristics, and current health issues.Hide
- Authors: Application Administrator, John M Bragg, James C Brooks
- Date: Feb 2010
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial theory in business context; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Innovative solutions; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Problem analysis and definition
- Publication Name: Actuarial Practice Forum
- Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Morbidity; Pensions & Retirement>Risk management