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  • However, the fiscal report from the CMS Office of the Actuary is a first for Medicaid.

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  • Kelleher said he based the ad on information from a publication called The Actuary, written by insurance experts who study the likelihood of disease among certain groups.

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  • The codeword is "Actuary," and no one seems to have caught on so far, though now they'll probably have to change it.

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  • Last week a lot of reform opponents crowed when the independent administrator (who title is "Actuary") of the Medicare program released a report suggesting that total national health care costs would be roughly the same in ten years under the pending Senate bill as under status quo policies.

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  • Last week a lot of reform opponents crowed when the independent administrator (who title is "Actuary") of the Medicare program released a report suggesting that total national health care costs would be roughly the same in ten years under the pending Senate bill as under status quo policies.

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  • "Actuary", a member of the actuarial staff of the division of insurance of the department of banking and insurance assigned by the commissioner of insurance to perform the actuarial duties required by the provisions of sections one to twenty-eight inclusive, in connection with any contribu - tory retirement system established thereunder or under cor - responding provisions of earlier laws.

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  • "But there are some areas where we disagree with the Actuary, particularly when it comes to the new law and the growth of health care costs," DeParle wrote.

    McConnell on health care report: 'hard not to say, I told you so'

  • The Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration figures current Republican proposals will slash up to 58% of real people's benefits at a time when private pension plans are woefully underfunded.

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  • The Chief Actuary of the Social Security Administration figures current Republican proposals will slash up to 58% of real people's benefits at a time when private pension plans are woefully underfunded.

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  • This bipartisan consensus has the unwavering support of non-partisan experts, too -- experts like Harry C. Ballantyne, who was appointed Chief Actuary for the Social Security Administration under Ronald Reagan.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Mr. President, Americans Agree On Social Security; So Talk to Us, Not Washington

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