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peter antley

Jeff Braswell 

Mason Wagoner 

Ken Sayers 

Nathan Southern 

Susan Chudwick 

Reggie Scarpa

Allen Thompson

Mike Nurse

Jenny Tornquist

Dale Harris 

Brian Hoffman

Ash Naik 

Brian Mills

Matt Hinds-Aldrich

Sean W. Bohan 

Justin Cimino

Joseph Nibert

Greg Williams 


I. Agenda - Peter

A. Big success story - Hartford Ins. provided test data records - ~94000 records. Refactoring necessary, because of complications related to transaction codes 1 and 8 (premium and limited coding respectively). Peter working on extr. pattern to replicate report in January for data model currently v. 1 data model. Peter foresees reproducing half of Dec.'s report next Fri. - part of it comes from claim records and no claim records in test set but we will have extr. pattern to work with claims as well.

B. Today - a pivotal day - RRDMWG returning to modeling data

  1. While doing decoding jobs we used the stat plan as biz guide for implementing stat record processing (policy & claim records). Stat plan used by AAIS with code 56 loads personal/commercial auto. 
  2. Next big deliverable for this group - looking ahead - is creating a data submission guide for personal auto for openIDL. 
  3. They have been using the term 'stat plan' but this term will be avoided moving forward. Term 'openIDL personal auto data submission standard' will be used instead as name of document (a tentative choice).
  4. Mason - overview of his work - going through plan and filtering out much of what we aren't focusing on - in this case commercial auto. Focusing excl. on personal auto in this particular standard. Filtering out elements specific to commercial. Questions he sent to Peter - helpful to ask: what needs to be done with references w/commercial auto. It will have its own standard to keep this as focused on personal auto as possible. There is potentially a benefit of leaving within the instructions how it might pertain to commercial. Mason then pulled up his questions from document concerning how data is submitted to HDS specifically. This is a broad submission standard (a single chapter in the book). Stressed that documentation needs to be normalized across lines (differences explored/discussed in subsections).
    1. Discussion among group about storage of documentation on website
    2. Also agreed this document should be labeled as draft w/version data
    3. It should be developed and built as individual chapters and then compiled as a single document when published
    4. Discussion - group - 'What do we want to do about Commercial Specific Auto Codes?' is it worth keeping coding and instructions specific to commercial auto? Group agreed that no references to commercial are necessary at all. Decision to eliminate double 0 for personal/commercial and C code and F.
    5. Documentation needs to be regularly updated along with augmentation with new rules.

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