When Sarah Lee asked herself what she wanted to do when she grew up, she did what any millennial might do: She Googled it. “I searched ‘good at math, but don’t want to be a teacher’, and actuary was one of the first things that came up,” she says.
About a decade later, Lee is now happily in her second year as a senior actuarial analyst at Delta Dental. It might not sound like the most “millennial” career, but a job in the insurance industry offers more appeal to the rising workforce than it might seem on the surface.
When most people think of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the increase in Americans with insurance coverage, medical insurance is the first thing that comes to mind. What’s sometimes overlooked is the significant growth in dental insurance, particularly among adults.
Health care policy can be confusing. Really, really confusing.
That’s why we want to share periodic policy updates and insights with you — in plain terms. No jargon, no nonsense. To kick off our Plain Language Policy series, we’d like you to meet two of our key policy players, Stephanie Berry and Devin McBrayer.
Dental care matters, and some oral health data may surprise you.