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  • iStock De-risking too far?Simon Willes explains why investment de-risking a pension scheme without regard to employer covenant may not lead to optimal member outcomes Thursday, September 5, 2019
  • roundtable The workforce of tomorrowA group of employment professionals specialising in insurance and finance discuss emerging recruitment trends. Chris Seekings reports Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Getty As good as a restCould sleep patterns be a predictor of ill health, and if so, what does this mean for health insurers? Nicola Oliver looks at the evidence Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Shutterstock Universal healthRicardo González gives an analysis of healthcare systems around the world Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • © Shutterstock The best medicine?Matthew Edwards describes the methodology of the IFoA's Antibiotic Resistance Working Party's research, and shares its findings Sunday, May 12, 2019
  • Tim Noakes Interview: Tim NoakesProfessor Tim Noakes tells Sarah Bennett about his work challenging conventional medical wisdom around diabetes and cholesterol something that could have interesting ramifications for actuaries working in health and life Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • p20-22_material_benefits_istock Deprivation and life expectancy in the UKTorsten Kleinow, Andrew Cairns and Jie Wen take a look at a recent report investigating the links between deprivation and life expectancy in the UK Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • Vegan Is diet the magic bullet?Mark O'Reilly investigates the link between animal produce and cardiovascular disease Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • Medical Divining with dataPredicting healthcare needs and outcomes could radically transform the future of the sector, argues Lisa Balboa Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • p18-19_clock_ikon__00007528 Mortality movementKirstie Mok, on behalf of the CMI Mortality Projections Committee, reports on trends in mortality improvements and their causes Thursday, April 11, 2019
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Actuaries and healthcare

Actuaries have long been involved in financial planning for the NHS, and this is now a growing area for actuarial work, as the Government looks for ways to restructure the welfare state to meet the changing needs, demands and expectations of a changing population.

Evolving health provision models to meet changing needs is also a feature of the expansion of private sector work. Here actuaries work with other health professionals to find appropriate solutions for private medical insurance, income protection, critical illness, and long-term care insurance.

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