This text is a comprehensive treatment of all aspects of group insurance in the United States and Canada. It addresses life and health insurance as well as government programs and more specialized forms of insurance. Emphasis is placed on the actuarial aspects of this important field of insurance including pricing, regulation, underwriting, financial reporting, and modeling. Since its original publication in 1992, Group Insurance has become the resource of choice for experts as well as beginners. It is an essential tool for anyone who wishes to practice in the group benefits field. The Sixth Edition has been updated for the industry and regulatory changes which have occurred since 2007. Of particular note is the impact that healthcare reform in the United States will have on all facets of this topic.The most prominent is the link between diabetes mellitus and periodontal disease. ... enhanced dental benefits to specific individuals, such as extra cleanings and periodontal maintenance procedures. While this generally represents an increase in the cost of the dental plan, it can lead to a decrease in the long-run cost ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||William F. Bluhm|
|Publisher||:||ACTEX Publications - 2012|