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  • Individual Life and Health Insurance
    Individual Life and Health Insurance These discussions at the 1967 New York and New Orleans ... products. Coinsurance;Disability insurance;Health care costs;Individual health plans;Life reinsurance;Marketing ...

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    • Authors: Albert A Bingham, William C Brown, Richard A Burrows, Waid J Davidson, David Drake, Stanley L Eisner, Leon D Forbes, Harold G Ingraham, Maynard I Kagen, Gerald A Levy, Henry J Martin, Ernest J Moorhead, E James Morton, Thomas K Pennington, Anna M Rappaport, C David Silletto, William M Snell, Dean A Wahlberg, Christopher H Wain, Harry Walker, Edward G Wendt, Martin L Zeffert, Robert Walker, Philip F Finnegan, John C Wooddy, Alton P Morton, Charles Connolly, Edwin B. Lancaster, Archibald H McAulay, Robert T Jackson, Edwin L Bartleson, Frederic P Chapman, Donald J Van Keuren, Reuben I Jacobson, Paul C Moore, Robert K Lawrence, Robert G McLaughlin, Norman C Ford
    • Date: Apr 1967
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Annuities>Individual annuities; Health & Disability; Life Insurance
  • Discussion of Preceeding Paper: The Mortality of Industrial Policyholders, 1950 to 1955
    appropri- ate extra mortality ratings. Thus, direct application of the findings of Table 6 suggests ... significant morbid conditions associated with the primary cause but not always noted on the death certificate ...

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    • Authors: Hillary J Fisher, J Eugene Taylor, Edward A. Lew, Arthur Pedoe, Alton P Morton, Mortimer Spiegelman, Thomas N E Greville, Robert C Bailey
    • Date: May 1957
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Mortality; Life Insurance
  • Digest of Discussion of Subjects of Special Interest - Individual Life and Health Insurance
    eligible monthly earnings after 1950 of $300, the primary disability benefit is $112.40 monthly, with a ... average eligible earnings of $400 a month, the primary disability benefit is $135.90, with a maximum ...

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    • Authors: Raymond A Bierschbach, Elmer Billman, Wilbur M Bolton, William C Brown, Willis W Burgess, Louis Garfin, Curtis D Greene, J Stanley Hill, Robert N Houser, Storm Johnsen, Wallace R Joyce, Maynard I Kagen, Thomas J Kelly, Oscar R Klein, Frank Klinzman, Ernest J Moorhead, Richard H Morse, Joseph C Noback, Herbert Orenshein, John Price, Anna M Rappaport, George A Reynolds, William Henry Schmidt, Robert Shapland, Richard H Tallman, William T Tozer, Charles N Walker, Benjamin R Whiteley, Ralph E Young, JOHN H MILLER, Warren R Adams, W Harold Bittel, Alton P Morton, Edwin B. Lancaster, Alexander Marshall, Alfred L Buckman, Charles B Baughman, Melvin C Pryce, William B Dandy, Robert N Powell, Stuart F Conrod, Schuyler W Tompson, Maurice H LeVita, Henry F Scheig
    • Date: Apr 1966
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Health & Disability>Disability insurance; Health & Disability>Health insurance; Life Insurance
  • Individual Health Insurance
    pro- ject the effect of rising costs of medical care? Has experience necessitated an increase in premium ... hospital benefit is $25. Rising costs of medical care do not directly affect to an appreciable ex- tent ...

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    • Authors: Harold Cherry, Kenneth J Clark, J Martin Dickler, William A Feeney, George B Trotta, Ralph P Walker, Irving Rosenthal, Alton P Morton, Lowell M Dorn, Eduard H Minor, Graham C Thompson
    • Date: Jan 1962
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Health & Disability>Health insurance
  • Individual Life Insurance
    120%. These assumptions have tended to hide the primary aim of underwriting impaired lives, which is the ... been highly selective in this regard. We do not care to accept a risk if there is any chance of his ...

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    • Authors: Gottfried O Berger, Norman F Buck, Brian L Burnell, John J Byrne, Fred DeBartolo, Fred C Morrow, Robert D Murray, W H Odell, Fredrick E Rathgeber, Edward A. Lew, Andrew C Webster, Alton P Morton, Charles M Sternhell, Harwood Rosser, Frank G Whitbread, Donald J Van Keuren, Alden Thomson Bunyan, Stuart E Tinker, George W Chalmers
    • Date: May 1962
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Life Insurance>Underwriting - Life Insurance
  • War Problems
    "result of an act of war" type of exclu- sion. The primary reason for adopting any war clause at this time ... far greater proportion of lives exposed to the direct hazards of war than occurred under National Service ...

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    • Authors: Society of Actuaries, Harry Walker, E A Dougherty, Alton P Morton, Edward A. Rieder, Ralph Keffer, Edwin L Bartleson, Harold A Garabedian
    • Date: Nov 1950
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>External forces and business performance; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Incorporate risk management
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Life Insurance>Claims - Life Insurance
  • Substandard Insurance
    Substandard Insurance This is a discussion about substandard mortality vs. standard mortality ... in rules unnecessary. MR. HENRY F. ROOD: The primary aim of underwriting impaired lives is the determination ...

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    • Authors: Edward A. Lew, Alton P Morton, William J November, Henry F Rood, Frank G Whitbread
    • Date: Jan 1962
    • Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Process and technique refinement
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Mortality
  • Underwriting
    nonmedical procedure on a $10,000 policy does not take care of the extra mortality, and that the use of nonmedical ... disabilities, and the amount and type of medical care received. These data would be obtained from a prob- ...

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    • Authors: Society of Actuaries, Samuel P Adams, David R Anderson, George W Wilson, Charles F B Richardson, Edward A. Lew, Andrew C Webster, Alton P Morton, Josephine W Beers, William J November, Henry F Rood, B. T. Holmes, Barton S Pauley, J B Mabon, Earl M Macrae, Thomas H Kirkpatrick
    • Date: Oct 1954
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>External forces and business performance
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Morbidity; Experience Studies & Data>Mortality; Life Insurance>Underwriting - Life Insurance
  • Digest of Panel Presentation and Informal Discussion on the 1951 Impairment Study at the Spring Meetings
    Digest of Panel Presentation and Informal Discussion on the 1951 Impairment Study at the Spring Meetings ... this project. MR. E. A. LEW stated that the primary value of the 1951 Impairment Study lies in the ...

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    • Authors: Society of Actuaries, JAMES TIMOTHY PHILLIPS, Edward A. Lew, Alton P Morton, William J November, Edward W Marshall, Application Administrator
    • Date: Jun 1954
    • Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Process and technique refinement
    • Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
    • Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Mortality; Life Insurance>Underwriting - Life Insurance