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Aaron Hillebrandt

DCIA Fall Forum

Growth of Delaware as a Captive Domicile

DCIA Fall Forum
The Delaware Captive Insurance Association (DCIA) held its 2014 Fall Forum October 27-28 in downtown Wilmington. The forum allowed a great opportunity to interact with leading captive service providers, captive owners, and Delaware’s captive regulators in an informal setting.
Joe Herbers

Disparate Impact Theory Struck Down

Property/Casualty Insurers Win Victory in Court

Disparate Impact Theory Struck Down
Joe Herbers November 05, 2014 Posted in: Blog Posts, Homeowners, Insurance / Insurers
Federal Judge Richard Leon issued an order on Monday to vacate the disparate impact rule as applicable to the 1968 Fair Housing Act. The ruling stated that the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) exceeded its authority when it drafted a new rule on disparate impact.
Rob Walling

Rising Insurance Risk in Healthcare

Cyber Liability and Electronic Records Top the List of Perceived Risks at the ASHRM Annual Conference

Rising Insurance Risk in Healthcare
Rob Walling November 04, 2014 Posted in: Blog Posts, Health Care / MPL, Insurance / Insurers
Pinnacle Actuarial Resources asked attendees at the 2014 American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) Annual Conference and Exhibition in Anaheim, California, for their opinions on trends in insurance risk of the healthcare industry.
Roosevelt Mosley

Millennials to Baby Boomers

What Drives Differences in Consumer Perception of UBI?

Millennials to Baby Boomers
Are millennials more likely to give up their privacy for a little extra cash in their pockets? And, why is it that consumers in the U.K. are more inclined than their U.S. compatriots to place a higher value on customer service than privacy?
Tim Mosler

Dueling Actuaries

Employment of Physicians Impact on MPL Insurance

Dueling Actuaries
Tim Mosler October 03, 2014 Posted in: Blog Posts, Health Care / MPL, Insurance / Insurers

The second issue debated was the impact of increased employment of physicians by hospitals. Data was presented showing that while the number of doctors practicing has increased by roughly 10,000 per year since 2000, the number of solo practitioners has decreased by almost the same amount. Since 2009, this decrease has jumped to roughly 15,000 per year.

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