Webinar: Valuing Reserves, Liabilities, and Assets in Large Group Medical - A Guide for Health Actuaries
Sept. 27, 2013
11 a.m.–Noon Eastern
This webinar provided details on what was new and what had been updated in the Academy’s practice note, “Large Group Medical Insurance Reserves, Liabilities, and Actuarial Assets,” which provides information for valuation actuaries regarding their responsibilities relating to the determination of reserve levels and other actuarial assets and liabilities for large group medical insurance coverage.
- The definition of large group medical business;
- Funding arrangements that are currently being used;
- Pertinent regulatory and legislative issues; and
- Asset adequacy analysis
Member, Large Group Medical Business Practice Note Work Group
Darrell D. Knapp, MAAA, FSA
Chairperson, Large Group Medical Business Practice Note Work Group
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