SIIA State Legislative/Regulatory Update Report

Exclusive Reporting for the Week of October 21, 2014 October 21, 2014 — This is your weekly update of state legislative/regulatory developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance/alternative risk transfer marketplace. Should you have any questions on information
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HCAA STAT: A Newsletter with News You Can Use

Federal Court Takes Narrow View of Preemption The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit yesterday ruled against the Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. (SIIA) in its lawsuit against the state of Michigan over that state’s Health Care Claims Assessment Act.
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State Legislative/Regulatory News

Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. Exclusive Reporting for the Week of June 12, 2014 June 13, 2014 — This is your weekly update of state legislative/regulatory developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance/alternative risk transfer marketplace. Should yo
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Colorado notifies 1,918 of Medicaid privacy breach

By Associated Press Colorado Medicaid is notifying 1,918 people of an information security breach involving a private contractor employee who sent the information to a personal email account. Read more…
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Mark PETERS and Patricia Peters, Plaintiffs, v. COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, INC. EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN; Community Connections, Inc., a Colorado Corporation, Defendants.

United States District Court, D. Colorado. Mark PETERS and Patricia Peters, Plaintiffs, v. COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, INC. EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN; Community Connections, Inc., a Colorado Corporation, Defendants. Civil Action No: 11–CV–03186–RPM. Aug. 9, 2013. Gregory R. Giometti, Tamara J.
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance

Article Taken From: Self Insurance Insistitute of America June 28, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is an update for the week
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance

 Article Taken From: Self Insurance Institute of America June 21, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is an update for the week o
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Benefits brokers ready middle-market employer clients for health care exchanges

Article Written by: Joanne Wojcik  Taken From: Business Insurance COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. —Benefits brokers expect most middle-market employers — even those with as few as 20 employees — to continue offering health benefits to their employees after 2014 despite the availability of ins
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance

Taken From: Self-Insurance Institute of America, INC.   June 17, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is an update for the week of
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Not ‘cookbook medicine’ Providers face pushback in move to standardize

The movement to standardize medical practice patterns, a key component of improving quality, is still a work in progress as hospital officials seeking to install common protocols continue to encounter pockets of resistance among physicians. When University of Colorado Hospital, Poudre
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