This podcast features Dave Dillon, FSA, MAAA interviewing Sabrina Gibson, FSA, MAAA, and Jenny Gerstorff, FSA, MAAA on the topic of Medicaid encounter data, a topic which is also featured as the cover article of the latest edition of In the Public Interest. They discuss how various stakeholders collect, transfer, and use encounter data to understand healthcare benefits provided under managed Medicaid programs throughout the country.

Direct download: Health_Section_-_Medicaid_and_Encounter_Data_w_S_Gibson_and_J_Gerstorff.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 10:42am CDT

In this podcast, Dave Dillon, FSA, MAAA interviews Kristi Bohn, FSA, MAAA, EA, MSPA on a state regulators insight regarding rate reviews.

Direct download: Health_Section__Rate_Review_with_Kristie_Bohn.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 10:40am CDT

Woolford London, ASA, MAAA, Chair of the Actuary of the Future Section Council has a conversation with Sarah Walsh and Yi Yang on developing soft skills, working in different fields and his experiences being an actuarial student and working as an actuary.


Melissa Carruthers, FSA, Senior Consultant at Deloitte Canada has a conversation with Sarah Walsh on her experiences working as an actuary in both traditional and nontraditional roles.


Dave Dillon, FSA, MAAA interviews Greg Fann, FSA, FCA, MAAA on his May 2016 Health Watch article “Section 1332 Waivers: Coming Soon to a State Near You?”. This discussion covers the process of states applying for waivers of ACA rules, the role of actuaries in the process, current state activities, and the potential market benefits of innovative solutions.

Direct download: Health_Section_-_ACA_Update_with_Greg_Fann1.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 9:35am CDT

In this podcast, Patrick McGinnis, author of the recently released book, The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job, shares his thoughts on how actuaries can leverage their unique skill set into being part-time (10%) entrepreneurs.  Patrick will be offering a 75 minute webinar on this same topic with the SOA on September 21st.


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