2024 Intercompany Long-Term Care Insurance Conference

Faegre Drinker is delighted to sponsor and speak at the 2024 Intercompany Long-Term Care Insurance (ILTCI) Conference, coming up March 17-20 in San Diego. This annual event draws hundreds of attendees from insurance, financial, and other business sectors, and serves as a platform fostering collaboration among insurance regulatory authorities, educational institutes, actuaries, and others with interest in long-term and extended care insurance. We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!

During the conference, Faegre Drinker will be well represented by members of our LTCi team who will be speaking on the following topics:

Anti-Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Programs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Capitalizing on Your Investment

Monday, March 18

Presenters: Jessica Gallagher (Faegre Drinker), Fabiola Best (Continental General), Stephen Dube (Prudential), Jim Hulett (Verisk), Scott Husmann (Verisk)

This panel will provide guidance to building out an anti-FWA program, no matter the size of your organization or investment resources available. Panelists will provide their first-hand experiences, along with compliance considerations and litigation case studies.

LTCI 101 Family Feud

Monday, March 18

Presenters: Sandy Jones (Faegre Drinker), Steve Serfass (Faegre Drinker), Karen Smyth (Wilton Re Services Inc.)

Modeled after America’s hottest game show, this session is a can’t miss for any LTC generalist, new or seasoned. Steve Serfass will reprise the role of Richard Dawson as two families show off their LTC knowledge—Karen Smyth will lead the ILTCI Board Member family as they face off against a family of audience participants led by Sandra Jones. Content for this session will be populated in part by responses to surveys completed by ILTCI attendees.

Am I the Only One Facing This Challenge? No…Collaboration is HAPPENING!

Tuesday, March 19

Presenters: Nolan Tully (Partner, Faegre Drinker), Dale Hall (Society of Actuaries), Shannen Logue (PA DOI), Doug Reilly (CNA)

Collaboration within LTC is happening, come explore the burning questions the industry is collaborating on and join a discussion of what more we should be doing to accelerate via collaboration.

Adult Protective Services Part 1: LTCI & Elder Abuse – A Prosecutor’s Perspective

Tuesday, March 19

Presenters: Sandy Jones (Faegre Drinker), Jane Bagley (Fuzion), Lucy Beiter (New York Life), Kimberly Perrotti (San Mateo County District Attorney)

 Join us for an engaging session with legal experts, including a California District Attorney, as we discuss perspectives related to prosecuting elder abuse and LTCI fraud. We will review case studies and discuss lessons learned, including important considerations for carriers and TPA’s to enhance their processes and documentation.

LTCI Deposition Workshop, Part 1 and Part 2

Tuesday, March 19

Presenters: Steve Brogan, Chris Petillo, Eric Au (Faegre Drinker)

Part 1 will provide an overview of deposition tactics and best practices as it relates to long-term care insurance claims-based and rate increase litigation. The session will be equally valuable to experienced litigators and attendees from other disciplines. This session will be followed by a mock deposition.

Part 2 explores what happens at a deposition. Watch as an experienced litigator deposes an insured and a claims representative. The session is intended to be entertaining and educational for experienced litigators and attendees from other disciplines.

Deploying AI in Fraud Detection in an Evolving Regulatory Landscape… and How

Tuesday, March 19

Presenters: Scott Kosnoff (Faegre Drinker), Roy Christenson (GE), Jeff Ferrand (illumifin), Elaine Gibbs (Bell Analytics)

Dive into the intriguing world of fraud detection in long-term care as we explore the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence – and the regulatory considerations that come with a best-in-class fraud mitigation program. Drawing inspiration from the interconnected web of relationships in the “seven degrees of Kevin Bacon” game, we’ll showcase how AI connects the dots to expose hidden patterns and safeguard the integrity of long-term care systems. In addition, we will delve into the regulatory landscape, with a focus on navigating the legal hurdles associated with deploying AI for fraud mitigation.  Don’t miss this unique opportunity to discuss advanced fraud detection while enjoying a sprinkle of Kevin Bacon.

Artificial Intelligence, Legal & Ethical Considerations

Tuesday, March 19

Presenters: Scott Kosnoff (Faegre Drinker), Matt Fixler (Lincoln Financial Group), Paula Minella (Ameriprise Financial, Inc.)

Is your organization thinking about using artificial intelligence to help make important business decisions or interact with consumers? Are you concerned about the regulatory, litigation and reputational risk associated with artificial intelligence? Come join our panel of experts to hear updates on the latest regulatory developments, including an overview of what External Consumer Data and Information Source (ECDIS) is and why it matters. Learn about governance issues, risk management strategies, and practical ethical considerations to avoid creating barriers to adoption, particularly with an aging target audience.

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