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By Annmarie Geddes Baribeau
Jeffrey Zilahy, a mathematics professor turned health insurance reserving actuary, had a decision to make. Since his wife’s career was calling her to the New York City area, Zilahy began exploring the prospect of becoming an actuarial consultant.
By Chris Logan and Srivathsan Karanai Margan
The modern insurance industry has evolved over the past four centuries, shaped by geopolitical, economic, regulatory, and technological events to become what it is today.
By Debbie Hoffer and Mark Troutman
Today’s managed care reinsurance market is characterized by both consolidation and expansion.
By James Palmier and Brian Lanzrath
The data presented in this article were collected by ExamOne, a provider of paramedical and laboratory testing for life insurance companies.
By Joe Allbright, Jonathan Callund, Andrea Cardoso, Jac Joubert, Walter Marsh, and Susan Mateja
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of articles from the Health Practice International Committee on ideas from foreign models of health care that may assist the United States in finding cost-effective ways to deliver high-quality health care in an equitable and sustainable way.