The Long-Term Care (LTC) Valuation Work Group gave a presentation to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC’s) LTC Actuarial (B) Working Group on the work group’s progress on the NAIC’s requests that the work group develop a replacement mortality table for LTC active life reserves, develop a replacement lapse table, and consider developing tables for valuation on total lives basis as well as active lives basis.( )
Members of the Telehealth Work Group presented on the topic of telehealth along with the debut of their new issue brief with moderator Cori Uccello, senior health fellow, to a policy audience of Capitol hill staff.( )
The Long-Term Care Valuation Work Group presented updates on the mortality and lapse tables development.
The Group Life Waiver Valuation Table Work Group updated the Health Actuarial Task Force of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners on group life waiver of premium mortality and recovery tables development.( )
This presentation was given to the Long-Term Care (LTC) Actuarial Working Group of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners on the LTC Combination Product Valuation Practice Note currently exposed for comment.( )
This presentation was given to the Long-Term Care (LTC) Actuarial Working Group of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners as an update on the LTC Valuation Work Group's recent activity.( )
This presentation was a session at the SOA Health Meeting where panelists reviewed the proliferation of proposals to expand access to public health insurance plans, either to strengthen insurance markets under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or to replace the ACA marketplaces or other health insurance programs altogether. Panelists discussed general approaches for expanding access to public plans and their potential implications.( )
This presentation was a session at the SOA Health Meeting which reviewed the challenges the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has faced since its enactment in 2010 and will looked forward to where it’s headed in the future. Panelists discussed current ACA legislative and regulatory activities as well as ongoing ACA litigation.( )