VIDEO & AUDIO GALLERY

June 27, 2014
Senior Health Fellow Cori Uccello represented the Academy in the Capitol Hill panel discussion, “Rates of Change: Putting 2015 Insurance Premiums into Context,” hosted by the Alliance for Health Reform and The Commonwealth Fund. She reviewed and answered questions about the drivers of 2015 health insurance premiums for this event, which was also televised live by C-SPAN2.


Use the fast forward button in the video player to jump to Uccello’s opening statement.


June 18, 2014
Academy Senior Health Fellow Cori Uccello provided members of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform's Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Job Creation, and Regulatory Affairs with an objective actuarial assessment of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) three risk-sharing mechanisms.
 
Use the rewind and fast forward buttons in the video player to jump to Uccello’s opening statement and responses.
  1. 0:24:23 Uccello sworn in by Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)
  2. 0:36:31 Uccello testifies before the subcommittee
  3. 0:51:51 Uccello responds to Chairman Jordan
  4. 0:53:44 Uccello responds to Ranking Member Matthew Cartwright (D-Pa.)
  5. 1:03:52 Uccello responds to Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.)
  6. 1:09:29 Uccello responds to Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.)
  7. 1:18:34 Uccello responds to Rep. Gerald Connolly (D-Va.)
  8. 1:21:45 Uccello responds to Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
  9. 1:31:49 Uccello responds to Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.)
April 29, 2014
Senior Health Fellow Cori Uccello discussed the Academy’s Health Costs/Quality of Care initiative on the April 29 edition of the “Health, Wealth and Wisdom” radio show, broadcast by WHNZ 1250 AM in Tampa, Fla.
 
January 28, 2014
Fuerst explains to listeners of Tampa Bay's WHNZ AM1250 that a change to accounting rules requested by some members of Congress could produce less useful reporting of pension obligations.

May 30, 2013
Academy Senior Pension Fellow Don Fuerst tells Chuck Jaffee, host of the Internet radio program MoneyLife, that the sooner Congress acts to make Social Security sustainably solvent, the better. Fuerst warns that the policy options for promoting sustainable solvency will only become more limited and difficult as time goes by without action.