Consulting Actuaries in Canada and the United States - 1974Consulting Actuaries in Canada and the United States - 1974 Description of the consulting ... bal markets;Government-funded healthcare;Health care reform;Health insurance;Health maintenance organization=HMO ...
Description: Description of the consulting segment of the actuarial profession as it now exists in Canada and the United States, the environment in which it has developed, and some of the unresolved problems and possible future developments. Followed by discussion papers submitted by 2 authorsHide
- Authors: Samuel Eckler, Robert J Myers, Charles Barry H. Watson, Wendell Milliman
- Date: Oct 1974
- Competency: Professional Values>Public interest representation; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Best practices; Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Actuarial Profession>Competencies; Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Professional associations; Actuarial Profession>Professional development; Public Policy
Little Tent vs. Big Tent- Newtonian vs. Quantum ThinkingLittle Tent vs. Big Tent- Newtonian vs. Quantum Thinking From a session at a meeting of the Society ... about the advent of HMOs, they turned the health-care business upside down and certainly the insurance ...
Description: From a session at a meeting of the Society of Actuaries held in San Diego, CA, June 22-23, 2000 This session describes the big tent vs. little tent approach to the actuarial profession's future and relates these to the Quantum vs. Newtonian ways of thinking.Hide
- Authors: A Norman Crowder, Dorn Swerdlin, Application Administrator
- Date: May 2000
- Competency: Leadership>Change management; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust; Strategic Insight and Integration>Big picture view
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Professional associations