Actuary

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Actuary

An accredited insurance mathematician who calculates premium rates, reserves, and dividends and prepares statistical studies and reports.
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B) Difference histogram calculated with the actuarial analysis method.
Company risk managers, controllers, chief financial officers and others who work directly with an actuary generally obtain a reasonable level of value from the actuarial analysis.
Milliman's actuarial analysis found that a payer's drug spend could be reduced by 8 percent to 15 percent, when a prescribing physician has decision support (such as interactive formularies) available at the point of care.
The schools are now figuring out, through actuarial analysis, how much each must contribute.
ICI said: "Initial indications from the actuary are that such an increase might add some pounds 100m to pounds 250m to the deficit, but further detailed actuarial analysis is required.
ICI said: 'Initial indications from the actuary are that such an increase might add some pounds 100m to pounds 250m to the deficit, but further detailed actuarial analysis is required.
The Baker decision reaffirms that taxpayers entering retirement communities may continue to deduct the medical portion of their entrance and monthly care fees; no costly actuarial analysis is needed.
Baker reaffirms that taxpayers entering retirement communities may continue to deduct certain of their costs without a costly actuarial analysis.
Each service is integrated with the other through shared information systems, instant data exchanges, actuarial analysis, predictive modeling and proactive referral protocols.
The latest actuarial analysis by Deloitte & Touche for FY 2002 projects an excess above the 2 percent reserve requirement of $34.
Although the cost impact sometimes can be mitigated by arcane techniques such as demonstrating the comparability of benefits through an actuarial analysis or offsetting the other employer's contributions against the amount otherwise due under the PC's plan, such approaches can be cumbersome and subject to some uncertainty.