Our presentation will examine the challenges arising in setting mortality improvement assumptions, exposing known but under-explored vulnerabilities of current practices.
An entirely new framework is proposed, one built around the characteristics of short-, medium- and long-term outlooks, which puts greater weight on forward-looking (rather than extrapolative) approaches. We will also discuss herding and “group think” and why these might be problematic.
Speakers: Richard Marshall and Kenneth McIvor, Willis Towers Watson with Nicola Oliver, Medical Intelligence
This webinar will be streamed from 13.00-14.00. There will be time at the end of the session for Q&A.
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