The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has set up a complicated, three-part program that could change how small-group carriers look at risk.
Jason Siegel, an actuary in the Brookfield, Wis., office of Milliman, has tried to analyze the effects of the Three Rs – a temporary reinsurance program, a temporary risk corridor program, and a permanent risk adjustment program – in a paper published by the Society of Actuaries.
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