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News for Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (January 18, 2019)
The January HealthCheck covers the Medicaid Subcommittee’s comment letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on a proposed rule that would make changes to Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program; legislative and regulatory updates, including to the Affordable Care Act; and save-the-date items for the Academy’s Life and Health Qualifications Seminar and Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum, to be held in November. (January 16, 2019)
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (January 11, 2019)
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (January 04, 2019)
In the January/February issue of Contingencies, the cover story, “The Game Behind the Game,” dives deep into the world of sports strategy and data analytics. Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association have embraced this data-led revolution—is the National Football League behind the times? Other features in this issue include “Demystifying The Art of War”—No philosophical treatise, this classic offers practical advice for anyone engaged in conflict; and “The Case for the Bank Actuary”—What is “current expected credit loss,” and how can the actuarial profession help shine a light on this new and uncertain terrain? Plus a President’s Message from new Academy President Shawna Ackerman on how the voice of the actuary can continue to be the voice of a trusted adviser; the treasure trove of the Academy’s practice notes; and the latest in a series on managing catastrophic medical claims. (January 02, 2019)
The December Actuarial Update covers Academy webinars on Big Data and professionalism, with the professionalism webinar taking a look at the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline (ABCD) and how to obtain requests for guidance from the ABCD. Also in this issue: registration is open for April’s PBR Boot Camp; the Health Practice Council commented on the federal Medicare Advantage program; and in a Q&A in the “Professionalism Counts” column, outgoing ABCD Chairperson Rick Block reflects on his six years with the ABCD, including two years as chairperson. (December 31, 2018)
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (December 21, 2018)
The December HealthCheck includes a comment letter from the Individual and Small Group Markets Committee about Section 1332 of the Affordable Care Act; a comment letter to the IRS on a proposed rule regarding health reimbursement arrangements; a Health Practice Council letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services about the Medicare Advantage program; state and federal legislative and regulatory activity; and information on how to order the 2019 Life and Health Valuation Law Manual. (December 19, 2018)
The winter Casualty Quarterly includes a Q&A with Robert Hartwig—past president of the Insurance Information Institute and current director of the Center for Risk and Uncertainty Management at the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business—about issues ranging from the effects of tariffs on auto and homeowners’ insurance costs to fiscal and economic policy. Also in this issue, a recap of the P/C sessions from the Academy’s Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum, a heads-up on the forthcoming P/C loss reserves practice note, and recent legislative and regulatory activity. (December 14, 2018)