Actuarial Issues in the Evaluation of Healthcare Reform ProposalsActuarial Issues in the Evaluation of Healthcare Reform Proposals Why is it that two competent ... conclusions when evaluating the impact of proposed health care reforms? Are the answers really as different as ...
Description: Why is it that two competent actuaries making reasonable assumptions can arrive at very different conclusions when evaluating the impact of proposed health care reforms? Are the answers really as different as they appear to be on the surface? This presentation from Session 137IF of the SOA 1996 Orlando Annual Meeting outlines and highlights some of the key actuarial issues that arise in the course of these analyses. From the Record of the Society of Actuaries, Vol. 22, No. 3.Hide
- Authors: Mark E Litow, Thomas Snook, Sondra Wittmann
- Date: Oct 1996
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Problem analysis and definition
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice; Public Policy
ASOPs, Anti- Selection, Affordability and ACA Alternrelated to the implementation of the Afford- able Care Act (ACA). At the time, there was a general sense ... that it’s just they haven’t prioritized health care because right now everybody’s healthy. Nobody actually ...
Description: This article is focused on sustainability concerns in the ACA individual markets and what we can learn from core actuarial principles as discussed in ASOPs.Hide
- Authors: Gregory Fann
- Date: Nov 2016
- Competency: Leadership>Thought leadership; Professional Values>Practice expertise; Strategic Insight and Integration>Big picture view
- Publication Name: Health Watch
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice; Health & Disability>Health care; Health & Disability>Health risks; Public Policy; Public Policy