LTC Reform Subcommittee

This subcommittee addresses actuarial issues affecting long-term care plans. It monitors and comments on developments in this area at the federal level and works with policy-makers to assist in developing public policies in connection with long-term care insurance policies.

Staff liaison: David Linn

Chairperson: P.J. Eric Stallard
Vice Chairperson: Bruce Stahl

Jamala Arland
Mark Billingsley
Dave Bond
Michael Boot
Malcolm Cheung
Lo Linda Chow
Andrew Dalton
Robert Darnell
Melissa Fredericks
Timothy Gustafson
Clark Heitkamp
David Kerr
E Perry Kupferman
Brad Linder
Coleman Naughton
David Plumb
Larry Rubin
Zenaida Samaniego
Steven Schoonveld
Sara Teppema
Gordon Trapnell
Matthew Winegar
Robert Yee
Ali Zaker-Shahrak

Related Publications

Presentation at the SOA Health Meeting examining essential criteria for LTC reform proposals. (June 15, 2017)
LTC Reform Subcommittee comment letter to the Maryland Insurance Administration Public Hearing on Long-Term Care Insurance. (January 06, 2017)
LTC Reform Subcommittee issue brief providing an overview of premium rate increases on private long-term care insurance policyholders. (June 02, 2016)
Long-Term Care Insurance: Portability
Long-Term Care (LTC) Reform Subcommittee issue brief exploring observations and challenges in LTC insurance portability, which is part of its new LTC series. (October 23, 2015)
Long-Term Care Insurance: Product Design Flexibility
Long-Term Care (LTC) Reform Subcommittee issue brief that examines the limited role played by private insurance in financing long-term care services and supports, which is part of its new LTC series. (October 23, 2015)
Long-Term Care Insurance: Pricing Flexibility
Long-Term Care (LTC) Reform Subcommittee issue brief exploring observations and concerns about pricing in LTC insurance, which is part of its new LTC series. (October 23, 2015)
Subcommittee Publishes Three LTC Issue Briefs
Subcommittee Submits Comments to Maryland Insurance Commissioner on LTC
Subcommittee Publishes Issue Brief on LTC Insurance
Subcommittee Submits Comments to Maryland Insurance Commissioner on LTC Public Hearing