- Sam Gutterman, retired consultant
- Ben Miclette, head of global living benefits products, RGA InternationalEtienne Dupourque, actuarial consultant in life and health insurance
Hosted by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) and the International Actuarial Association Health Section (IAAHS).
Worldwide demand for long-term care (LTC) is expected to increase significantly in the coming decades because of longevity increases and advances in technologies and treatment. Countries around the world will need to develop more comprehensive strategies to address challenges associated not only with financing LTC but also with delivering services and support and meeting the needs of both beneficiaries and providers/caregivers. Join us for this international webcast that will feature a discussion about some of the global challenges facing LTC, including delivery methods, financing, and program design, as well as the role actuaries play in identifying trends and potential solutions to each of these challenges. Presenters will highlight a new report issued by the International Actuarial Association’s Population Issues Working Group, and will share perspectives on LTC from Canada and France.
This webcast is free for members of the CIA and the IAA Health Section only; if you are not a Health Section member there is a registration fee equivalent to the IAAHS annual membership fee ($50 Canadian). Joining the IAAHS allows you to participate in all IAAHS-sponsored webinars until the end of 2017.
The CIA will e-mail information to you on how to access the webcast within 24 hours of the webcast start time.