Raji Chadarevian is an actuary at the Actuarial and Economic Services Division of the National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc. He joined NCCI in June 1995. As Focus Lead for Medical Fee Pricing and Research, Raji currently leads a team of actuaries responsible for evaluating the cost impact of changes to laws and regulation governing medical benefits in Workers Compensation, and developing a body of evidence of cause and effect that explains medical cost drivers in Workers Compensation. Prior to 2012, Raji was responsible for several state rate filings, including Montana, New Mexico and Oregon.
Prior to joining NCCI, Raji was Vice President of Operations for an automobile insurance MGA. Raji started his career as an actuarial statistician at River Oaks Group, parent to two insurance companies.
Raji received his BS in Mathematics from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.