Economic Aspects Of Medical Care Patterns: Macro And Micro ViewsEconomic Aspects Of Medical Care Patterns: Macro And Micro Views Presented at April 1986 Spring Meeting ... for understanding and analyzing trends in medical care, including: utilization and cost components, analysis ...
Description: Presented at April 1986 Spring Meeting. This session discussion is about the techniques for understanding and analyzing trends in medical care, including: utilization and cost components, analysis of cyclical behavior, use of econometric models, and aggregate trend vs. employer-specific needs.Hide
- Authors: Application Administrator, John Cookson, Robert Dobson, Mikel T Gray, Raymond F McCaskey, Donald E Sanning
- Date: Apr 1986
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Process and technique refinement
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Health & Disability>Health care; Modeling & Statistical Methods>Forecasting
Professional Standards and the Appointed ActuaryProfessional Standards and the Appointed Actuary Presented at September 1995 Valuation ... Principles=GAAP;Health reserves;Life reinsurance;Long-term care insurance=LTCI;Retiree medical;Data quality; 18216 ...
Description: Presented at September 1995 Valuation Actuary Symposium. This session is about professional standards and the appointed actuary.Hide
- Authors: Robert H Dreyer, Frank S Irish, Donald E Sanning, Lauren M Bloom
- Date: Sep 1995
- Competency: Professional Values
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Statutory accounting
Integration of Private Pension Plans with Social Securitydisability, and death) as a percentage of the primary (retirement) benefit. Half of the cost of all ... equivalent to 83V~ percent of the employee's primary social security ben- efit, or 37~/,_ percent of ...
Description: Since the Internal Revenue Service updated its rules for integration of qualified pension plans [Revenue Ruling 71-446] nearly ten years ago, major changes have taken place in the structure of Social Security benefits. The lack of a consensus as to what constitutes a good set of rules for integration is a reflection of the many existing social and political viewpoints on this subject. This paper proposes a single theoretical basis for the integration of qualified pension benefits with Social Security retirement benefits and examines the implications of that proposal. From Transactions of Society of Actuaries 1982, Vol. 34.Hide
- Authors: Yuan Chang, John Feldtmose, Jeff Furnish, Michael J Gulotta, Douglas M Hodes, Frederic T Lhamon, Lawrence N Margel, Stewart G Nagler, A Frederick Rohlfs, Donald E Sanning, Robert J Schnitzer, Karen Mitchell
- Date: Oct 1982
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Pensions & Retirement>Plan design