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2020 Supplemental Health, DI & LTC Virtual Conference

Crossing the Lines

8/5/2020 EDT - 8/6/2020 EDT
Virtual Conference


Who Attends

Professionals responsible for actuarial/product development, underwriting, claims, regulation/product filing and/or administration of the following products (through either worksite or retail channels): 

  • accident insurance
  • critical illness insurance
  • hospital indemnity plans
  • individual disability insurance
  • long-term care standalone and combination products


All registered participants for this event were sent an email with a link to log into the virtual platform.  If you are registered but did not receive the email, it may be in your spam folder or filtered by your company server. If you are unable to locate this important email, please contact Suzanne Melanson at to receive your login information.


The Supplemental Health, DI & LTC Conference provides a unique opportunity to consider a cross-functional view of supplemental health products, including accident insurance, critical illness, hospital indemnity, as well as individual disability insurance and long-term care standalone and combination products.

With a variety of sessions on pricing/product design, filing, underwriting, claims and more, as well as separate tracks for each product, attendees can choose to explore one product from end-to-end or consider one function across multiple products. 

Hosted by LIMRA, LOMA, and the Society of Actuaries, this event provides the opportunity to network with peers, share ideas and experiences, and learn from experts within the supplemental health, individual disability and long-term care industries.


Tom Crawford
Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting

Tom Crawford

Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting

As a senior member of the Public Affairs practice, Tom Crawford advises boards of directors, executive teams, and senior decision-makers on public-policy issues that pose opportunities and challenges to their organizations' enterprise values. He has worked on every budget reconciliation and tax-measure package considered by Congress in the past two decades.

Prior to FTI Consulting, Crawford was a founding partner of government-affairs and lobbying firm, C2 Group. There he oversaw the firm’s growth and development into a “Top 20” independent lobbying firm in Washington, D.C. As a respected public-policy expert, Crawford is also a member of The Tax Council, and chairman of the board of directors at Harvard University’s Center on Media and Child Health.
Shawna Meyer
Chief Actuary, North American Life & Health, GE Capital

Shawna Meyer

Chief Actuary, North American Life & Health, GE Capital

Shawna Meyer has over 20 years of actuarial experience and a broad background in all aspects of insurance. Meyer is currently the Chief Actuary at GE Capital. Prior to her current role, she was CFO of Life Insurance at Nationwide and she was also with New York Life, where she was LTC CFO and LTC chief actuary. Meyer also worked in the Office of the Chief Actuary and the Office of Risk Management in the mergers and acquisitions area. She has experience primarily with LTC products but also Medicare supplement, disability, life insurance and annuities. Prior to New York Life, she worked at Actuarial Resources Corporation, Ceres Group and Physician’s Mutual. Meyer holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is a fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. A frequent industry speaker, Meyer has chaired industry conferences and served on the SOA LTC Section Council. She was one of the organizers for the recent LTC Medical Symposium. She is a frequent volunteer for both actuarial organizations and has participated in the writing of a couple of actuarial practice notes.
Dave Rengachary, M.D.
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Director, U.S. Mortality Markets, RGA

Dave Rengachary, M.D.

Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Director, U.S. Mortality Markets, RGA

Prior to joining RGA in 2013, Dr. Dave Rengachary was a general neurologist in practice at Missouri Baptist Medical Center where he also served as medical director for their Primary Stroke Center He is the primary author and editor of the Washington University Neurology Survival Guide. Rengachary serves on the board of directors of Memory Home Care Solutions, dedicated to Alzheimer’s patient and caregiver support. He is a past President of the Midwestern Medical Directors Association, Deputy Director of the Longer Life Foundation, Medical Consultant for the Academy of Life Underwriting, and a member of the Educational Committee of the American Academy of Insurance Medicine.


All times listed are Eastern Daylight Time.


Early Registration Fee:

Entire Event: 
Members: $595
Non-members: $895

One Day: 
Members: $355
Non-members: $535

After July 22, 2020

Entire Event: 
Members: $695
Non-members: $1,045

One Day: 
Members: $415
Non-members: $625

Group Discount:

If five (5) or more individual employees from the same company register for this meeting, each individual registrant may take advantage of a group registration discount of $50. Individuals using this registration option must register for the full conference registration. (Note: Presenter registrations and individuals utilizing any other discounts do not qualify towards the required five registrant per company minimum.) Please note that if a registrant's company does not ultimately meet the aforementioned eligibility criteria (e.g. there are fewer than five registrants from a company who paid the qualifying full conference fee), registrants will receive a notice of any balance due based on the difference between the regular applicable rate and the group discounted rate. Please enter the discount code – GROUP50 – where prompted.

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Sponsors and Exhibitors


Contact us to learn more:

Suzanne Melanson

Conference Coordinator


(860) 285-7879

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