Bloomberg Businessweek, Feb. 28, 2012Employee Benefits
Historically low interest rates are driving historically high employer contribution requirements, according to Milliman principal and consulting actuary John Ehrhardt.
Forbes.com, Feb. 25, 2012Healthcare
This Forbes.com blog post references a 2011 Milliman research paper on benefit designs for high-cost medical conditions.
California Healthline, Feb. 16, 2012Healthcare
Despite years of experience operating in an ACO-like system, Pioneer ACOs are likely to find their infrastructure somewhat lacking, particularly as they take on functions historically performed by health plans, according to Milliman principal and consulting actuary Lynn Dong.
Fast Money, Feb. 2, 2012Employee Benefits
Milliman principal John Ehrhardt comments on the underfunding of corporate pension plans. (Segment starts at 2:00.)
Peninsula Clarion, Jan. 28, 2012Healthcare
Physician costs in Alaska were 60 percent higher than the average in the comparison states, according to a study by Milliman.
InvestmentNews, Jan. 26, 2012Life & Financial
“On fixed annuities, including the indexed side, it's possible that interest rates being credited could go even lower than they are now as an effort to soften the squeeze in profit margins,” said Milliman consulting actuary Noel Abkemeier. “If things get really tight, the commissions will fall.”
The Washington Post, Jan. 23, 2012Life & Financial
“One in two Americans are likely to need long-term-care services sometime in their lives,” says Milliman consulting actuary Amy Pahl. However, of those who might need long-term care, about a third will not meet the most common deductible period of 90 days because they will either die or recover before then.
Institutional Investor, Dec. 12, 2011Employee Benefits
An interview with Milliman principal and consulting actuary John Ehrhardt, co-author of the Milliman monthly 100 Pension Funding Index (PFI).
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