The American Academy of Actuaries is urging President Obama to appoint an actuary to serve on the new Commission on Long-term Care.

In its letter to the president, the Academy recommended the appointment of Professor P.J. Eric Stallard, an actuary and associate director for the Center for Population Health and Aging at Duke University. According to the Academy, Stallard has “more than 25 years of experience in long-term care actuarial practice, 40 years of research expertise in demographics, and extensive experience evaluating the assumptions used in cost projections of public programs.”

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