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  • Develop the min requirements for stat reporting
  • Discuss items from: Attributes Index

Discussion items

1Anti TrustPeter

5AgendaPeterWe can add items
44Discuss AttributesGroupAttributes Index
5Discuss content for progress report to RRSCGroupPeter will create a deck


  • Attendee Introductions
  • Discuss Attributes
    • Attributes Index reviewed
      • Minimum vs expanded vs. regulatory vs. rejected
      • Susan: Derived fields vs raw list.
        • Example: Written premium must be provided but earned can be calculated
        • Dale: Explain how derived items are derived.  Primary vs. minimum
        • Eric Lowe: Start at bottom, deal with basic data needed in HDS, leave rest (derivation) to smart contract. Identify just basic data collection
        • For each derived field, explain the columns that feed it.
      • Debate on NAIC equivalent or something more, better, different
        • Eric Lowe: Just emulating NAIC misses opportunities for better data.  How do we make this one row (record) in a table in HDS then regulators
        • James Madison: Concerned that baking in a transactional model now, will keep it from getting broader, better later.
        • Truman: Monthly snapshot is the operational tempo of the data not the grain of it.
        • James: Grain comes down to key.
        • Ruturaj: Recommends continuing this exercise as is.
    • Attributes List discussed
      • Territory
        • Carriers often use proprietary ones so may not provide.
        • Sandra: Consider developing a standardized list.
        • Eric Lowe: Just use zip code to cross different mappings.
        • Agreed on 9 digit zip.
        • Carriers don’t want to provide where these policies are.
      • Ruturaj: This list is based on current stat plan, thus they are de facto essential.  But should these be put onto openIDL?  Question to remain open to next week.
      • Dale: Do we need business rules?  Yes.

Action items

  • Pull out business rules
  • Review the list and update the page
  • Agenda for next week by Wednesday
  • Draft presentation to steering committee on the model on 12/7/21 @ 2pm EST.