As long-term care insurance (LTCi) claims continue to climb, insurance carriers are also facing the increasing need for additional ways to manage their long-term care insurance (LTC) blocks and find health programs that best work for their policyholders. There are many factors that go into evaluating if an LTC health program is going to be beneficial. A new article, “Evaluating LTC Population Health Programs,” published in Long-Term Care News (February 2023) by the Society of Actuaries takes a closer look at two different methods to measure the impact of health programs.
Authors include Robert Eaton, Juliet Spector, Jeff Anderson, Joe Long, Brian Hartman and Missy Gordon.
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