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Actuarial Society of Greater New York Overview of the Health Reinsurance Market. Michael L. Frank Donald J. Rusconi Aquarius Capital May 27, 2009. Copyright and Disclaimer.
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Michael L. Frank
Donald J. Rusconi
May 27, 2009
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• Insurance Carriers
• Managing General Underwriters (MGUs)
• Third Party Administrators (TPAs)
• Marketing Entities/General Agencies
• Captive Insurance Companies
• Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)
• Medical Provider Groups (“Risk Taking”)
• Employer Groups (“Self-Funded”)
• Disease Management Companies
• Longer Tail Coverage
• Other (Hybrids)
Note: A&H market borrowed many concepts from P&C market!
ASO (UHC, Cigna, Aetna, BCBS)
Contract with employer group.
Direct relationship with employer group or groups retail broker.
Receives administrative fee on a per EE basis.
Provides stop loss directly to group or shopped by broker/consulting house.
Network management and claim payment.
Provides reporting to employer, MGU, Carrier/Reinsurer.
Have their own stop loss product.
Contract with Reinsurer.
Underwrites blocks of stop loss reinsurance business written by Carrier/TPA/MGU.
Business referred by Reinsurance Intermediary.
Receives fee on a % of premium basis with potential profit commission.
Adjudicates reinsurance claims
Handles reinsurance/retrocession reporting
Audits of underlying MGU/Issuing Carrier
Profitable Period (Late 1980’s – early 1990’s)
Many Companies in Market in 90’s Out by 2002/03:
• Swiss Re
• Sun Life
• Transamerica Re
Note: More than 30 companies exited market!
DISEASE MGMT CO.
EMPLOYERThe Disease Management Co. Reinsurance “Food Chain” – Case #2
What information is requested on a disclosure statement?
• Individuals currently disabled or confined in a medical facility/hospital
• Individuals pre-certified within the last three months.
• Individuals that received medical services during the current plan year the cost of which exceeds the lesser of, 50% of the lowest Specific Retention Amount applied for or $50,000, and for which bills have been received and processed by the by the Claims Administrator (TPA) and entered into their Claims System.
• Individuals that have been identified as a candidate for Case Management and as having the potential to exceed during the policy period, the lesser of, 50% of the lowest Specific Retention Amount applied for, or $50,000.
• Individuals that have been diagnosed, during the current plan year, with a condition represented by any of the ICD-9 codes contained in the attached list and have also received medical services costing $5,000 during the same period.
• Self-Insurance Institute of America (www.SIIA.org)
• Society of Professional Benefit Administrators (www.SPBATPA.org)
• MyHealthGuide LLC (www.myhealthguide.com)
• SOA Reinsurance Section Council (www.soa.org)
Regulations 17, 20 and 20-A, at 11 NYCRR § 125.6 provide specific detail as to the type of arrangements that constitute “amounts withheld” under a reinsurance treaty that will enable a ceding insurer to take credit on its balance sheet for reinsurance obtained from an unauthorized reinsurer. 11 NYCRR § 125.6(b) provides, in pertinent part, as follows:
Will financial position of reinsurance market improve?
Impact of the subprime
Other lines of business exposures (e.g., Hurricanes, etc.)
Is the “sins of the past” still haunting people today?
Is a shrinking market for these types of coverage a concern?
Impacts of regulatory market (risk manager conservatism)
Will health plan/HMO consolidation result in fewer or different opportunities?
Federal Healthcare Reform
Michael L. Frank, ASA, MAAA, FCA
President & Actuary
Phone: (914) 933-0063
Donald J. Rusconi II, CFA
Vice President & CFO
Phone: (203) 458-1495
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