Can we be of service to the NHS?

  • Print
  • Connect
  • Email
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Google+
By Joanne Buckle, Tanya Hayward | 25 October 2017

Actuarial skills are immensely relevant in regional National Health Service (NHS) environments and can be used to inform the design of risk-based accountable care system (ACS) contracts. In this article, the authors discuss their recent experience in helping to develop an ACS within a sub-segment of the NHS encompassing a small number of clinical commissioning groups and local councils.

This article was published in The Actuary, the magazine of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.

Read or print the article