By Hank George
In the past 20 years, two new approaches to life underwriting have been widely embraced by life insurers.
By Dave Nelson and Keith Passwater
The Quadruple Aim in health care is a recent adaptation of an earlier concept: the triple aim.
Letters submitted to Contingencies regarding the May/June 2020 issue.
By D. Joeff Williams
For the past nine months in this space, I have been sharing small stories and material related to two of my favorite distractions when not doing my day job—both seeing and learning about art (more specifically, paintings and sculptures) as well as classic rock music.
By Stephen Meskin
As with many mathematical concepts, “squaring the circle” has become a metaphor, in this case for something impossible to do. The ancient Greeks asked if by using a straight-edge and compass one could draw a square with the same area as a given circle in a finite number of steps.