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Top 15 global articles and reports for 2017

Milliman’s most viewed articles worldwide in 2017 covered topics related to healthcare in the United States, the rise of InsurTech, and the challenges of IFRS 17. (For summaries and links to all of the articles, click here.)

Here is the list of the top global articles and reports for the year:

15. MACRA: Key Considerations for health plans, By Colleen Norris and Mary van der Heijde

14. Multiemployer Pension Funding Study, By Kevin Campe

13. The American Health Care Act, By Jason Karcher

12. MACRA and Medicare Advantage plans: Synergies and potential opportunities, By Christopher Kunkel, Drew Osborne, Lynn Dong, Michael Polakowski, Noah Champagne, and Charlie Mills

11. Effective employee communication: The benefits of best practices, By Jessica Gonchar, Heidi tenBroek, and Sharon Stocker

10. Building blocks: Block grants, per capita caps, and Medicaid reform, By Justin Birrell, Jennifer Gerstorff, Nicholas Johnson, and Brad Armstrong

9. Overview and practical considerations of the new insurance contract standard: IFRS 17, By Gillian Tucker and Andrew Kay

8. InsurTech: Innovation in the P&C insurance space, By Thomas Ryan

7. The employer stop-loss insurance marketplace since the Affordable Care Act, By Mehb Khoja

6. 2017 Public Pension Funding Study, By Rebecca Sielman

5. Summary of individual market enrollment and Affordable Care Act subsidies, By Paul Houchens, Jason Clarkson, and Zachary Fohl

4. Impact of the transition from RAPS to EDS on Medicare Advantage risk scores, By Deana Bell, David Koenig, and Charlie Mills

3. Corporate Pension Funding Study, By Zorast Wadia, Alan Perry, and Charles Clark

2. Pension Funding Index, By Zorast Wadia and Charles Clark

1. Milliman Medical Index, By Christopher Girod, Susan Hart, and Scott Weltz

Aspire health plan: How Monterey is reinventing healthcare

When confronted with rising costs and shrinking reimbursement, leaders at a respected regional hospital in California took a bold step to ensure that they could continue serving the needs of the community in a financially sustainable way.

Guided by Milliman’s health experts, the Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) launched a new insurance company, Aspire Health Plan, to expand regional access to coordinated, high-quality healthcare. What’s more, they invited a competing hospital to join them, forging a unique alliance that puts the health of the community first.

To learn more, watch the following video.

Top 15 U.S. articles and reports for 2016

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In 2016, Milliman consultants wrote articles and worked on studies covering a range of practices and areas. Healthcare was a hot topic again this year, and topics included value-based payments, risk adjustment, and the Medicaid managed care rule. Other articles—about student loan debt and daily fantasy sports—were also popular. Here’s a preview of the top 15 U.S. articles and reports for the year.

15. Financial analysis of ACA health plan issuers, By Daniel J. Perlman and David M. Liner

14. Are you ready for the new world of value-based reimbursement?, By Marla Pantano

13. Encounter data standards: Implications for state Medicaid agencies and managed care entities from final Medicaid managed care rule, By Jeremy Cunningham, Maureen Tressel Lewis, and Paul R. Houchens

12. The elusive nature of private exchanges, By Mike Gaal

11. Money market update for 2016: The rule that you should be aware of, By Jeffrey T. Marzinsky

For a summary and link to all of the articles, click here.

Top 15 global articles and reports for 2016

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Milliman’s most viewed articles worldwide in 2016 covered topics including pensions, student loans, value-based payments—and Pokemon Go. There were also pieces on Solvency II, encounter data standards, and managed care regulations. Here is a preview of the top 15 global articles and reports for the year.

15. Financial analysis of ACA health plan issuers, By Daniel J. Perlman and David M. Liner

14. Telemedicine and the long-tail problem in healthcare, By Jeremy Kush and Susan Philip

13. Public Pension Funding Study, By Rebecca A. Sielman

12. Life insurance risks: Observations on Solvency II and the modeling of capital needs, By Stephen H. Conwill

11. Encounter data standards: Implications for state Medicaid agencies and managed care entities from final Medicaid managed care rule, By Jeremy Cunningham, Maureen Tressel Lewis, and Paul R. Houchens

For a summary and link to all of the articles, click here.

Milliman Risk Talks: Healthcare dynamics and ERM (Part 2)

In this Milliman Risk Talks episode, Mark Stephens and Vikas Shah discuss the role of enterprise risk management (ERM) within the health insurance industry. They also provide perspective on the effect that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Own Risk Solvency Assessment (ORSA) may have on health insurers. This is the second video in a two-part series on healthcare dynamics and ERM; the first video focused on risk management and healthcare delivery.

To watch our Milliman Risk Talks series, click here.

Milliman Risk Talks: Healthcare dynamics and ERM (Part 1)

In the latest episode of Milliman Risk Talks, Mark Stephens and Vikas Shah discuss how enterprise risk management (ERM) helps organizations navigating the changing dynamics of the healthcare industry. The first video in a two-part series focuses on healthcare delivery, offering a perspective on the state of risk intelligence for providers. Part two addresses the same topic but from the viewpoint of the ever-changing health insurance industry.

To watch our Milliman Risk Talks series, click here.