Forbes.com, Feb. 25, 2012Healthcare
This Forbes.com blog post references a 2011 Milliman research paper on benefit designs for high-cost medical conditions.
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.
Captive Review, March 6, 2012Property & Casualty
Milliman principal Joel Chansky was named to Captive Review's Power 50, based on industry votes and reader suggestions on which professionals shape the wider industry most.
The Huffington Post, March 29, 2012Healthcare
$20,000: That's what a typical family covered by job-based health insurance will spend on health care this year, according to research by Milliman.
Various, March 29, 2012Employee Benefits
Select press coverage of the Milliman 2012 Pension Funding Study.
Bloomberg, March 29, 2012Employee Benefits
The 100 largest plans posted a record shortfall of $326.8 billion for 2011, up from $232.1 billion a year earlier, according to the Milliman Pension Funding Study.
Wall Street Journal, March 29, 2012Employee Benefits
The Federal Reserve’s low interest rate policy could force companies to contribute record amounts to their pension plans in 2012, according to the Milliman Pension Funding Study.
CNN/Money, March 29, 2012Healthcare
Three days of Supreme Court arguments have left the fate of the 2010 health care reform law uncertain. What is certain, however, is that healthcare costs are continuing to eat away at consumers' budgets.
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