Webinar | Health Insurance Industry – Optimizing Long-Range Planning, Scenario Modeling, and Stress Testing with Oracle’s Strategic Modeling
November 8 2019
11h30 - 13h30
Health Insurance companies face a challenging landscape as uncertainty from both a regulatory and macro-economic perspective swirls around the future of the industry. With politicians from both sides of the aisle proposing drastic changes to the current US healthcare model, Payers need to be able to model and understand the financial implications of various scenarios ranging from dismantling the Affordable Care Act to the adoption of Medicare for All. With predictions mounting for a coming recession and the end of the bull market, it’s critical for health insurance companies to be able to run stress tests on their investment portfolios and ensure they have adequate capital reserved to survive and thrive with whatever changes are to come.
In this webcast, learn how Oracle’s Strategic Modeling allows FP&A and Enterprise Risk Management teams to develop strategic plans, run scenarios, and stress test key drivers across integrated P&L, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow statements. We'll demonstrate the following capabilities of Strategic Modeling as it relates specifically to the Health Insurance Industry:
What-if Analysis on Key Forecast Drivers – Run scenarios on key business drivers such as Premium PMPM Growth, Membership, Medical Loss Ratio, etc.
Credit Ratings and Liquidity – Utilize the robust cash flow forecasting of Strategic Modeling to understand your firm’s projected cash position in future years so that you can make capital structure decisions that will ensure liquidity and optimize your credit rating.
Investment Allocations and Forecasting – Forecast the cash surplus available for investments and allocate to specific asset categories. Forecast interest rates, expected market returns, realized and unrealized gains or losses on investments and total investment income.
Risk-Based Capital and Stress Testing – Convert GAAP forecasts to STAT to calculate Statutory Surplus, Risk-Based Capital, TAC, and other key outputs required for Risk Management purposes.