Earn Up To 19.5 Hours of Continuing Education Annually!

When it comes to continuing education, CCA has been at the forefront of quality programs for today’s practicing healthcare actuary.  The CCA's Healthcare Webinars provide content specifically for healthcare actuaries including cross discipline and professionalism webinar content.

This highly specialized 13-webinar track provides an economical, high-quality and convenient way to satisfy your continuing education requirements.

This practice-specific solution offers you, the health actuary, the most relevant content.

Healthcare Series Subscription, $473

An Exclusive Member Benefit

  • 13 Webinars, 8 Healthcare Topics And 5 Cross Discipline Topics
  • Access to Webinar Recordings For Six Months
  • Additional Bonus And Pop-Up Webinars At No Additional Cost.

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Healthcare Webinar Series Schedule

Healthcare Topics

  • Professionalism for Healthcare Actuaries 2024

    In this CCA health series webinar, presenters discuss professionalism topics of interest to healthcare actuaries in an interactive environment including audience polling. Topics may include Actuarial Standards of Practice applicable to healthcare practice, case studies addressing areas of health practice that may pose challenges related to the application of professional standards, or health related topics that have been addressed by the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline.

  • Retiree Medical Options and Valuation Considerations for Retiree Group Benefits

    Many employers still provide group medical benefits for retirees. For large employers who still cover a substantial number of Medicare Eligible Retirees, more employers are moving towards custom-designed EGWP MA Plans to take advantage of federal subsidies and OPEB valuation considerations. Speakers discuss some of the advantages of using these programs and other topics relevant to employer-sponsored retiree programs. Additional topics may include: other potential benefit options for Medicare-eligible retirees, recent CMS changes, and others. This CCA webinar is included in the health series and the retirement series.

  • Current Topics in Employee Benefits

    In this CCA health series webinar, presenters discuss current topics in employee benefits, including health benefit plan design, network offerings, stop-loss, health captives, innovations in cost containment, or other current topics of interest to actuaries working with employers and their health plans. Topics may include actuaries, health plans, employers, or other industry experts.

  • Financial Reporting in Healthcare - 2024 Edition

    In this CCA health series webinar, presenters discuss current topics in financial reporting including statements of actuarial opinion for appointed actuaries, techniques and considerations for calculating health reserves, regulatory compliance issues, or other current topics of interest to actuaries working with healthcare financial reporting. Perspectives may include those of health plans, employers, auditors, or regulatory actuaries.

Cross Discipline Topics

  • Cognitive Bias in Humans and AI

    Human perception, memory and decision-making are impacted by cognitive biases and mental shortcuts that influence a person’s actions and decisions. Those responsible for the selection of data (or how said data is weighed) may inadvertently build their own biases while developing artificial intelligence systems. Speakers address cognitive bias and the role it plays both in humans and AI in this Cross Discipline webinar intended to satisfy the annual Bias requirement under the US Qualification Standards.

  • Considering Diversity in Serving Clients

    How can you use Diversity to best serve clients? How can you transform diversity requirements to drive better results for you and your clients? In this CCA cross discipline webinar, presenters discuss these questions and more.

Single Webinar Individual Registration Fees

(within 8 days of webinar)
CCA Member$63$113
CCA Member and U.S. Federal Government Employee$32$82
U.S. Federal Government Employee$63$113