SIIA State Legislative/Regulatory Update Report

Exclusive Reporting for the Week of September 10, 2014 September 10, 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 informat
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State Legislative/Regulatory News

Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. Exclusive Reporting for the Week of September 4, 2014 September 4, 2014 — This is your weekly update of state legislative/regulatory developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance/alternative risk transfer marketplace. S
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Reform Update: N.H. may be first of Medicaid expansion holdouts to sign on

By Virgil Dickson Healthcare providers in Nebraska, New Hampshire and Maine are anxiously monitoring hearings in their states as lawmakers debate whether Medicaid will be expanded, while providers in Utah and Virginia will continue lobbying in advance of likely special sessions to set
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States Try to Impose Tougher Stop-loss Limits on Self-insured Health Plans

Recently, four bills were introduced in state legislatures that would make self-funding less attractive by limiting stop-loss coverage for self-insured health plans. Many such proposals would raise minimum specific deductibles above the standard $20,000 seen in most enacted laws. This
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Stop-Loss Battle Expands to Four States

www.siia.org March 12, 2013 – Utah has become the fourth state that is considering legislation that would make it more difficult for employers to operate self-insured group health plans by restricting the availability of stop-loss insurance. Known as the Small Employer Stop-Loss
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