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The COVID-19 Pandemic: Opportunities and Implications for Captive Insurance

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Medical Stop-Loss Captives in an Uncertain Health Insurance Environment

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August 02, 2017

Benefit managers continue to look for ways to provide health care that is affordable for both companies and their employees. Medical stop-loss captives work well in any environment but are especially timely in today's uncertain health insurance environment.

A recent paper written by Anne Marie Towle of JLT Insurance Management (JLTIM) examines ways both large and smaller employers can take advantage of this risk transfer solution.

"Ideal captive candidates for medical stop loss are those employer groups that are willing to share the risks and rewards of their benefit plan liability, while actively managing expenses for the best cost containment," writes Ms. Towle, executive vice president and consulting practice leader for JLTIM. "Captive participation can improve access to data and increase the ability to analyze and change behavior and outcomes."

Read more of this paper, Captive Solution—Medical Stop Loss, on the JLTIM website.

Debbie Liebeskind explains why "DOL Approval Is Not Necessary for Medical Stop Loss in Captives" in Captive.com's Thought Leader video series. Captive.com also reports on medical stop loss in "Medical Stop Loss in Captives" and "Medical Stop Loss Captive Insurance Use Growing, QBE Report Shows."

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