ASOP Update for Retirement Actuaries

December 07, 2022 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Central Standard Time
Speakers:
Mr. Kenneth J. Herbold
Mr. Michael Antoine
Mr. Mita Drazilov
Ms. Tammy F. Dixon
Credits:
EA Core 1.50
EA Non-Core 0.00
CPD 1.50
EA Ethics 0.00
EA Formal 1.50
In this CCA retirement series webinar, speakers will discuss recently published and recently effective Actuarial Standards of Practice affecting retirement practice including:
  1. ASOP 4 – Measuring Pension Obligations and Determining Pension Plan Costs, effective February 15, 2023;
  2. ASOP 27 – Selection of Economic Assumptions for Measure Pension Obligations, effective August 1, 2021;
  3. ASOP 32 – Social Insurance, effective September 2, 2021;
  4. ASOP 35 – Selection of Demographic and Other Noneconomic Assumptions for Measuring Pension Obligations, effective August 1, 2021;
  5. ASOP 38 – Catastrophe Modeling (for All Practice Areas), effective December 1, 2021; and
  6. ASOP 41 – Actuarial Communications (Exposure Draft), comment period ends November 1, 2022

Financial Reporting and Reserving in a Changing Healthcare Environment

December 14, 2022 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Central Standard Time
Speakers:
Mr. Chris L. Sipes
Mr. Dave Dillon
Mr. John C. Lloyd
Ms. Donna C. Novak
Credits:
EA Core 0.00
EA Non-Core 0.00
CPD 1.50
EA Ethics 0.00
EA Formal 0.00
Financial reporting requirements for reserves and related liabilities are often the largest balance sheet item on an annual statement with more than a dozen ASOPs that either address healthcare financial reporting issues or have reserving applicability, with two newly revised for 2022. In this CCA healthcare series webinar, financial reporting experts will walk through many of the unique risks than must be addressed that affect insurers, employers, and other risk-assuming entities when preparing their 2022 year-end statements. Whether directly or indirectly due to Covid, regulatory changes, actuarial documentation and memorandum requirements, expanded self-funded reporting requirements, or transfers of risk from the government back to the insurers, the reporting environment is changing. This presentation will help you quantify those changes.

Measuring COVID Severity: What are the Odds and Ends?

November 30, 2022 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Central Standard Time
Speakers:
David Scharf
James G. Berberian
Rajiv Arya, MD, MBA, FACEP
Credits:
EA Core 0.00
EA Non-Core 0.00
CPD 1.50
EA Ethics 0.00
EA Formal 0.00
Serious illness, hospitalization, and even death are all possible outcomes of infection with COVID-19. How common are each of these outcomes? What has COVID done to mortality rates in the overall population? What impact has it had on employer-sponsored plans? How has the availability of vaccines impacted these rates? In this CCA cross discipline webinar, speakers will address these questions using the most recent data available.
  • Learn about the latest mortality surveys.
  • How has COVID affected mortality over the course of the pandemic?
  • How has COVID affected the severity of illness at different stages of the pandemic, including the implications for health plans and how severity of illness may have impacted mortality?
  • Learn about the short and long term effects of COVID-related morbidity and mortality on employer-sponsored benefit programs.