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      • The Utah Insurance Department has filed amendments to four rules:

        • R590-190-11, Standards for Prompt, Fair, and Equitable Settlement for Automobile Insurance
        • R590-200, Diabetes Treatment and Management
        • R590-230-5, Producer Training
        • R592-6, Unfair Inducements and Marketing Practices in Obtaining Title Insurance Business

        You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumers/legal-resources/rules/#rule-changes and the links below:

        • R590-190-11, Standards for Prompt, Fair, and Equitable Settlement for Automobile Insurance.
          This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2024.
        • R590-200, Diabetes Treatment and Management.
          This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2024.
        • R590-230-5, Producer Training.
          This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2024.
        • R592-6, Unfair Inducements and Marketing Practices in Obtaining Title Insurance Business.
          This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2024.


      • Application of Title Insurance Laws to Affiliated Title Insurance Businesses Bulletin 2024-2.pdf

      • 2024-4 Cyberattack on Change Healthcare.pdf

      • 2024-Reporting Motor Vehicle Policies to Insur-Rite.pdf

        2024-Insurance Department's Duty to Suspend a License for Not Paying a Forfeiture Judgment.pdf
        The Utah Insurance Department has filed an effective date for amendments to rule R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison. The rule was revised to update references to two UHIN standards that are incorporated by reference in the rule, and to update three website addresses.

         

        You can see the text of the amendment at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

        • R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison.
          Rule changes put into effect 03/11/2024.

        The Utah Insurance Department has filed an effective date for amendments to R590-167, Individual, Small Employer, and Group Health Benefit Plan Rule.

         

        The rule was amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes were largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

        • R590-167, Individual, Small Employer, and Group Health Benefit Plan Rule.
          Rule changes put into effect 02/21/2024.

         

        The Utah Insurance Department has filed proposed amendments to rule R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison. The rule is being revised to update references to two UHIN standards that are incorporated by reference in the rule, and to update three website addresses.

        • R590-171, Surplus Lines Procedures Rule
        • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule
        • R590-281, License Application Submitted by an Individual Who Has a Criminal Conviction or Pending Proceeding

          The changes are the result of Executive Order 2021-12 and are largely clerical and grammatical. The first CPR to R590-190 added language to R590-190-11, which the most recent filing removed. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:
        • R590-171, Surplus Lines Procedures Rule.
          Rule changes put into effect 01/24/2024.
        • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule. (First CPR) (Original filing)
          Rule changes put into effect 01/24/2024.
        • R590-281, License Application Submitted by an Individual Who Has a Criminal Conviction or Pending Proceeding.
          Rule changes put into effect 01/24/2024.

         

        You can see the text of the amendment at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

        • R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison.
          This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 03/04/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 03/11/2024.


        You can see the text of the amendment at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

        • R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions.
          Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2024.
        R590-238, Captive Insurance Companies — effective 12/22/2023

      • The Utah Insurance Department has filed an effective date for amendments to rule R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions. The rule was amended to add one and update three UHIN standards that are incorporated by reference in the rule.

      • R590-267, Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule — effective 1/1/2024
      R590-238 was amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. R590-267 was amended to update the conversion factors and publications for use in 2024 and 2025. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:
      • R590-267, Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule.
        Rule changes put into effect 01/01/2024.
      • R590-238, Captive Insurance Companies.
        Rule changes put into effect 12/22/2023.


    • The Utah Insurance Department is sending this message to you as a courtesy.  

      The Utah Insurance Department has filed a proposed repeal and reenactment of R590-167, Individual, Small Employer, and Group Health Benefit Plan Rule.

       

      The rule is being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

      • R590-167, Individual, Small Employer, and Group Health Benefit Plan Rule.
        This a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 02/14/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 02/21/2024.

      You are welcome to reply to this email with your comments. Thanks very much.


      The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on three rules:

      • Rule R590-171, Surplus Lines Procedures Rule — amendment
      • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule — change in proposed rule
      • Rule R590-281, License Application Submitted by an Individual Who Has a Criminal Conviction or Pending Proceeding — amendment

      The change in proposed rule R590-190 is being done to remove from the rule two previously added provisions in favor of adding the provisions to statute. Rules R590-171 and R590-281 are the result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes to those rules are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-171, Surplus Lines Procedures Rule.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/17/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/24/2024.
      • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule. (First CPR) (Original filing)
        This is a change in proposed rule. Comments accepted until 01/17/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/24/2024.
      • R590-281, License Application Submitted by an Individual Who Has a Criminal Conviction or Pending Proceeding.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/17/2024. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/24/2024.



    • The Utah Insurance Department has filed a proposed repeal and reenactment of R590-238, Captive Insurance Companies.

      2023 UIA Legislative Tracking List Final.pdf 

      The rule is being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filing at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-238. Captive Insurance Companies.
        This a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/15/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/22/2023.

      UPDATE: Due to an issue with obtaining materials that are incorporated by reference into R590-267, Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule, the Department has delayed the first possible effective date of this rule to December 22. However, the Department still plans to make the rule effective on January 1, 2024.


    • The Utah Insurance Department has filed proposed amendments to two rules

      • R590-230, Suitability in Annuity Transactions
      • R590-267, Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule

      R590-230 is being amended to comply with the federal Dodd-Frank Act and to prevent the federal government from preempting the states' regulation of annuities. R590-267 is being amended to update the conversion factors and publications for use in 2024 and 2025.

       

      You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-230. Suitability in Annuity Transactions.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/1/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/8/2023.
      • R590-267. Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/1/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/8/2023.

      You are welcome to reply to this email with your comments. Thanks very much.

      Change in Proposed Rule

      • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule

      Repeal & Reenact

      • R590-206, Privacy of Consumer Financial and Health Information Rule

      Repeal

      • R590-210, Privacy of Consumer Information Exemption for Manufacturer Warranties and Service Contracts

      Amendment

      • R590-223, Rule to Recognize the 2001 CSO Mortality Table for Use in Determining Minimum Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Benefits
      • R590-240, Procedure to Obtain Exemption of Student Health Programs From Title 31A, Insurance Code
      • R590-242, Military Sales Practices
      • R590-259, Dependent Coverage to Age 26

      The change in proposed rule R590-190 is being done to add two provisions to enhance insurance consumer protections. Rule R590-210 is being repealed because the rule's relevant provisions are being added into R590-206. All other rule filings are the result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes to those rules are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule. (Original filing)
        This is a change in proposed rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.
      • R590-206, Privacy of Consumer Financial and Health Information Rule.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.
      • R590-210, Privacy of Consumer Information Exemption for Manufacturer Warranties and Service Contracts.
        This is a repeal of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.
      • R590-223, Rule to Recognize the 2001 CSO Mortality Table for Use in Determining Minimum Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Benefits.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.
      • R590-240, Procedure to Obtain Exemption of Student Health Programs From Title 31A, Insurance Code.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.
      • R590-242, Military Sales Practices.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.
      • R590-259, Dependent Coverage to Age 26.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2023.


    • The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for four rules:

      • R590-191, Unfair Life Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule
      • R590-192, Unfair Accident and Health Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule
      • R590-248, Mandatory Fraud Reporting Rule
      • R592-15, Schedule of Minimum Charges for Escrow Services

      You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-191, Unfair Life Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule.
        Rule changes put into effect 08/22/2023.
      • R590-192, Unfair Accident and Health Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule.
        Rule changes put into effect 08/22/2023.
      • R590-248, Mandatory Fraud Reporting Rule.
        Rule repealed effective 08/22/2023.
      • R592-15, Schedule of Minimum Charges for Escrow Services.
        Rule repealed effective 08/21/2023.


    • Utah Insurance Bulletin 2023-6, Duty to Give Notice of Termination for Cause.pdf

    • The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for three rules:

      • R590-222, Life Settlements
      • R590-249, Secondary Medical Condition Exclusion
      • R590-274, Submission and Required Disclosures of Public Adjuster Contracts

      The rules were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rules at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-222, Life Settlements.
        Rule changes put into effect 07/25/2023.
      • R590-249, Secondary Medical Condition Exclusion.
        Rule changes put into effect 07/25/2023.
      • R590-274, Submission and Required Disclosures of Public Adjuster Contracts.
        Rule changes put into effect 07/25/2023.

      Thanks very much.


    • Repeal & Reenact

      • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule
      • R590-191, Unfair Life Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule
      • R590-192, Unfair Accident and Health Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule

      Repeal

      • R590-248, Mandatory Fraud Reporting Rule
      • R592-15, Schedule of Minimum Charges for Escrow Services

      The repeal and reenactments were the result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes were largely clerical and grammatical. The repeals were the result of HB 410, passed during the 2023 General Session. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

       

      Repeal & Reenact

      • R590-190, Unfair Property, Casualty, and Title Claims Settlement Practices Rule.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/21/2023.
      • R590-191, Unfair Life Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/21/2023.
      • R590-192, Unfair Accident and Health Insurance Claim Settlement Practice Rule.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/21/2023.

      Repeal

      • R590-248, Mandatory Fraud Reporting Rule.
        This is a repeal of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/21/2023.
      • R592-15, Schedule of Minimum Charges for Escrow Services.
        This is a repeal of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/21/2023.


    • The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for seven rules:

      • R590-67, Proxy, Consent, and Authorization of a Domestic Stock Insurer
      • R590-68, Insider Trading of Equity Securities of Domestic Stock Insurance Companies
      • R590-216, Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information
      • R590-220, Submitting Accident and Health Insurance Filings
      • R590-264, Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion Rule
      • R590-266, Utah Essential Health Benefits Package
      • R590-283-6, Reporting

      The rules were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rules at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-67, Proxy, Consent, and Authorization of a Domestic Stock Insurer.
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.
      • R590-68, Insider Trading of Equity Securities of Domestic Stock Insurance Companies.
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.
      • R590-216, Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information.
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.
      • R590-220, Submitting Accident and Health Insurance Filings.
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.
      • R590-264, Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion Rule.
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.
      • R590-266, Utah Essential Health Benefits Package.
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.
      • R590-283-6, Reporting. (Original filing)
        Rule changes put into effect 06/09/2023.


    • Amendment

      • R590-222, Life Settlements
      • R590-249, Secondary Medical Condition Exclusion

      Repeal & Reenact

      • R590-274, Submission and Required Disclosures of Public Adjuster Contracts

      The rules are being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-222, Life Settlements.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 07/17/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 07/25/2023.
      • R590-249, Secondary Medical Condition Exclusion.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 07/17/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 07/25/2023.
      • R590-274, Submission and Required Disclosures of Public Adjuster Contracts.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 07/17/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 07/25/2023.

    • Attached is Utah Insurance Bulletin 2023-5.pdf, Large Employer Health Benefit Plan Report.

      It advises insurers, consultants, and producers who offer large employer health benefit plans of the new reporting requirements under Utah Code §31A-22-728, passed during the legislature's 2023 General Session.


    • Attached is Bulletin 2023-4.pdf: PY2024 Health Benefit Plan and Stand-Alone Dental Plan Filing Requirements.

      It notifies insurers of the filing requirements for a health benefit plan or a certified stand-alone dental plan (SADP) to be available during the 2024 plan year.

      The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for repeals and reenactments of three rules:

      • R590-226, Submitting Life Insurance Filings
      • R590-227, Submitting Annuity Filings
      • R590-228, Submitting Credit Life and Credit Accident and Health Insurance Filings

        The rules were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:
      • R590-226, Submitting Life Insurance Filings.
        Rule changes put into effect 04/21/2023.
      • R590-227, Submitting Annuity Filings.
        Rule changes put into effect 04/21/2023.
      • R590-228, Submitting Credit Life and Credit Accident and Health Insurance Filings.
        Rule changes put into effect 04/21/2023.


    • The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on four rules:

      Repeal & Reenactment

      • R590-67, Proxy, Consent, and Authorization of a Domestic Stock Insurer
      • R590-68, Insider Trading of Equity Securities of Domestic Stock Insurance Companies
      • R590-220, Submitting Accident and Health Insurance Filings

      Amendments

      • R590-216, Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information
      • R590-264, Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion Rule
      • R590-266, Utah Essential Health Benefits Package

      All actions were the result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes were largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

       

      Repeal & Reenactment

      • R590-67, Proxy, Consent, and Authorization of a Domestic Stock Insurer.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.
      • R590-68, Insider Trading of Equity Securities of Domestic Stock Insurance Companies.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.
      • R590-220, Submitting Accident and Health Insurance Filings.
        This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.

      Amendments

      • R590-216, Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.
      • R590-264, Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion Rule.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.
      • R590-266, Utah Essential Health Benefits Package.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.

       

      Change in Proposed Rule

      • R590-283-6, Reporting

      Effective Dates

      • R590-229, Annuity Disclosure
      • R590-244, Individual and Agency Licensing Requirements
      • R590-252, Use of Senior-Specific Certifications and Professional Designations

      The proposed amendment to R590-283-6 is being changed to correct the filing date and period for a report filed with the department. The amendments to R590-229, -244, and -252 were largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-283-6, Reporting.
        This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 06/07/2023.
      • R590-229, Annuity Disclosure.
        Rule changes put into effect 04/07/2023.
      • R590-244, Individual and Agency Licensing Requirements.
        Rule changes put into effect 04/07/2023.
      • R590-252, Use of Senior-Specific Certifications and Professional Designations.
        Rule changes put into effect 04/07/2023.


    • The Utah Insurance Department has filed an effective date for amendments to rule R590-225, Submission of Property and Casualty Rate and Form Filings.

      The rule was amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12; the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes.

      You can see the text of the amendments at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

      • R590-225, Submission of Property and Casualty Rate and Form Filings.
        Rule changes put into effect 03/10/2023.

    • R590-261, Health Benefit Plan Adverse Benefit Determinations
    • R590-268, Small Employer Stop-Loss Insurance
    • R590-275, Qualified Health Plan Alternate Enrollment
    • R590-284, Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Rule

    The rules are being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

    • R590-261, Health Benefit Plan Adverse Benefit Determinations.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/01/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 05/08/2023.
    • R590-268, Small Employer Stop-Loss Insurance.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/01/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 05/08/2023.
    • R590-275, Qualified Health Plan Alternate Enrollment.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/01/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 05/08/2023.
    • R590-284, Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Rule.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 05/01/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 05/08/2023.


    Attached is Utah Insurance Bulletin 2023-2: Settling Loans That Utilize an Attorney Opinion Letter.

    It provides guidance to title insurance licensees regarding an offer they may have received from a mortgage lender to act as a settling agent for loans that utilize an  Attorney Opinion Letter2023-2Signed.pdf.

    Please address questions about this Bulletin to Reed Stringham (rmstringham@utah.gov), Tracy Klausmeier (tklausmeier@utah.gov) or Adam Martin (gmartin@utah.gov).

    • R590-226, Submitting Life Insurance Filings
    • R590-227, Submitting Annuity Filings
    • R590-228, Submitting Credit Life and Credit Accident and Health Insurance Filings

    The rules are being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

    • R590-226, Submitting Life Insurance Filings.
      This is repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 04/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 04/21/2023.
    • R590-227, Submitting Annuity Filings.
      This is repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 04/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 04/21/2023.
    • R590-228, Submitting Credit Life and Credit Accident and Health Insurance Filings.
      This is repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 04/14/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 04/21/2023.

     

    Amendments

    • R590-229, Annuity Disclosure
    • R590-244, Individual and Agency Licensing Requirements
    • R590-252, Use of Senior-Specific Certifications and Professional Designations

    Effective Dates

    • R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions
    • R590-271-4, Reporting Requirements
    • R590-273, Continuing Care Provider Rule

    The amendments were the result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes were largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

     

    Amendments

    • R590-229, Annuity Disclosure.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 03/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 04/07/2023.
    • R590-244, Individual and Agency Licensing Requirements.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 03/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 04/07/2023.
    • R590-252, Use of Senior-Specific Certifications and Professional Designations.
      This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 03/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 04/07/2023.

    Effective Dates

    • R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions.
      Rule changes put into effect 02/08/2023.
    • R590-271-4, Reporting Requirements.
      Rule changes put into effect 02/08/2023.
    • R590-273, Continuing Care Provider Rule.
      Rule changes put into effect 02/08/2023.








  • The Utah Insurance Department has filed proposed amendments to three rules:

  • The Utah Insurance Department has proposed repeals and reenactments of three rules:



  • The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on six rules:

  • Utah Insurance Bulletin 2023-1(a): Health Insurance Identification Cards.   Health Insurance Identification Cards.pdf2023-1HealthIDCardStandard-v1-2.pdf

    It provides guidance to insurers offering health insurance — which includes health benefit plans, dental insurance, and vision insurance — regarding information that is required on health insurance ID cards.

    It supersedes Bulletin 2023-1, and corrects a rule citation.

    If you have questions, please contact the Health & Life Division at health@utah.gov or (801) 957-9280.

    The Utah Insurance Department is sending you this message as a courtesy. It applies only to insurers offering accident & health insurance.

     

    Notice: This message is to advise that the Utah Insurance Department (department) will enforce the provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) applicable to an insurer related to surprise medical bills and transparency in health care. An Insurer is not required to file forms with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as posted in the Form FIling Instructions for System for Electronic Rates and Forms Filing (SERFF) for Plan Year 2024, dated December 20, 2022. Based on this notice, an insurer does not need to select the CMS Direct Enforcement instance in SERFF.

     

    Please note all insurers offering a health benefit plan in the individual and group markets, including fully insured small group and large group market plans, student health insurance coverage, grandfathered plans, and transitional relief (aka grandmother) plans must comply with the CAA.

     

    The annual bulletin for the filing timeline and requirements for Plan Year 2024 is currently being drafted and will be released as soon as possible.

     

    Should you have any questions, please contact Heidi Clausen at (801) 957-9278 or hclausen@utah.gov.


    The Utah Insurance Department has made effective two rules:

    • R590-177, Life Insurance Illustrations Rule.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/24/2023.
    • R590-197, Treatment of Guaranty Association Assessments as Qualified Assets.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/24/2023.

    Thanks very much.


    The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for 13 rules.

     

    Each action was a result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes were largely clerical and grammatical, with the exception of R590-246 which was repealed. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

    • R590-194, Coverage of Dietary Products for Inborn Errors of Amino Acid or Urea Cycle Metabolism.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-239, Exemption of Student Health Centers From Insurance Code.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-246, Professional Employer Organization (PEO) License Application Rule.
      Rule repealed effective 01/10/2022.
    • R590-250, Professional Employer Organization License Procedure and Assurance Organization Designation.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-254, Annual Financial Reporting Rule.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-258, Email Address Requirement.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-265, Hazardous Financial Condition.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-269, Individual Open Enrollment Period.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-272, Commission Compensation Reporting.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-276, Record Retention for Foreign Insurers, Alien Insurers, Commercially Domiciled Insurers, Foreign Title Insurers, and Foreign Fraternals.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-279, Rule Designating Fraud Division Offices as a Secured Area.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-280, Counting Short-Term Funds.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.
    • R590-282, Pharmacy Benefit Managers.
      Rule changes put into effect 01/10/2022.


    The change clarifies that only a title insurance licensee must comply with Title R592, Title and Escrow Commission.

    You can see the text of the proposed amendments at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

    • R590-225, Submission of Property and Casualty Rate and Form Filings.
      This is a change to a proposed rule. Comments accepted until 03/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 03/10/2023.
  • The Utah Insurance Department has filed a change to proposed rule R590-225, Submission of Property a

  • R590-102, Insurance Department Fee Payment Rule.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 02/14/2023. Hearing scheduled for 01/17/2023 at 9am. Details in filing form. Earliest possible effective date is 02/21/2023.

The Utah Insurance Department has proposed rulemaking actions on three rules:

  • R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions — amendment
  • R590-271-4, Reporting Requirements — amendment
  • R590-273, Continuing Care Provider Rule — repeal & reenact

R590-164-5 and R590-271-4 are being amended to update UHIN standards that are incorporated into the rule by reference. R590-273 is being repealed and replaced to comply with Executive Order 2021-12. You can see the text of the proposed amendments at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • New R590-164-5, Electronic Data Interchange Transactions.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 02/07/2023.
  • New R590-271-4, Reporting Requirements.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 02/07/2023.
  • New R590-273, Continuing Care Provider Rule.
    This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/31/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 02/07/2023.


The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for four rules:

  • Repeal & Reenact
    • R590-130, Rules Governing Advertisements of Insurance
  • Amendment
    • R590-198, Valuation of Life Insurance Policies
    • R590-235, Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
  • Repeal
  • R590-130, Rules Governing Advertisements of Insurance.
    Rule changes put into effect 12/08/2022.
  • R590-198, Valuation of Life Insurance Policies.
    Rule changes put into effect 12/08/2022.
  • R590-235, Medicare Prescription Drug Plan.
    Rule changes put into effect 12/08/2022.
  • R590-270, Risk Adjustment Data Submission Requirements.
    Rule repealed effective 12/08/2022.

The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on six rules:

Amendments

  • R590-177, Life Insurance Illustrations Rule.
  • R590-197, Treatment of Guaranty Association Assessments as Qualified Assets.

Effective Dates

  • R590-93-4, Duties of an Insurer That Uses a Producer
  • R590-232, Authorization for a Health Maintenance Organization to Provide Services as Third Party Administrator of Health Care Benefits
  • R590-251, Preneed Life Insurance Minimum Standards to Determine Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Values
  • R590-289, Term and Universal Life Insurance Reserve Financing

We've also submitted a change to the amended language in R590-250 filed on 11/15/2022.

You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

 

Amendments

  • R590-177, Life Insurance Illustrations Rule.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/17/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/24/2023.
  • R590-197, Treatment of Guaranty Association Assessments as Qualified Assets.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/17/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/24/2023.

Effective Dates

  • R590-93-4, Duties of an Insurer That Uses a Producer.
    Rule changes put into effect 11/22/2022.
  • R590-232, Authorization for a Health Maintenance Organization to Provide Services as Third Party Administrator of Health Care Benefits.
    Rule repealed effective 11/22/2022.
  • R590-251, Preneed Life Insurance Minimum Standards to Determine Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Values.
    Rule changes put into effect 11/22/2022.
  • R590-289, Term and Universal Life Insurance Reserve Financing.
    Rule put into effect 11/22/2022.

The Utah Insurance Department has filed proposed rulemaking actions on six rules:

  • R590-194, Coverage of Dietary Products for Inborn Errors of Amino Acid or Urea Cycle Metabolism — repeal and reenactment
  • R590-246, Professional Employer Organization (PEO) License Application Rule — repeal
  • R590-250, Professional Employer Organization License Procedure and Assurance Organization Designation — repeal and reenactment
  • R590-254, Annual Financial Reporting Rule — amendment
  • R590-265, Hazardous Financial Condition — amendment
  • R590-272, Commission Compensation Reporting — amendment

All rules are being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12most amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. R590-246 is being repealed and the relevant portions combined into R590-250. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes. You can see the text of the proposed amendments at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-194, Coverage of Dietary Products for Inborn Errors of Amino Acid or Urea Cycle Metabolism.
    This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-246, Professional Employer Organization (PEO) License Application Rule.
    This is a repeal of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-250, Professional Employer Organization License Procedure and Assurance Organization Designation.
    This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-254, Annual Financial Reporting Rule.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-265, Hazardous Financial Condition.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-272, Commission Compensation Reporting.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.

All rules are being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12most amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes. You can see the text of the proposed amendments at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-225, Submission of Property and Casualty Rate and Form Filings.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-239, Exemption of Student Health Centers From Insurance Code.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-258, Email Address Requirement.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-269, Individual Open Enrollment Period.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-276, Record Retention for Foreign Insurers, Alien Insurers, Commercially Domiciled Insurers, Foreign Title Insurers, and Foreign Fraternals.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-279, Rule Designating Fraud Division Offices as a Secured Area.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-280, Counting Short-Term Funds.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.
  • R590-282, Pharmacy Benefit Managers.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 01/03/2023. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 01/10/2023.

The Utah Insurance Department has made effective three rules:

  • R590-164, Uniform Health Billing Rule
  • R590-208, Uniform Application for Certificates of Authority
  • R590-283, Defrayal of State-Required Benefits

R590-164 and R590-208 were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12; the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes.

 

R590-283 was amended to institute additional reporting requirements and change the date that a mandate defrayal payment is made by the state.

 

 You can see the text of the amended rules at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-164, Uniform Health Billing Rule.
    Rule changes put into effect 10/24/2022.
  • R590-208, Uniform Application for Certificates of Authority.
    Rule changes put into effect 10/24/2022.

R590-283, Defrayal of State-Required 


The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on four rules:

  • Amendment
    • R590-93-4, Duties of an Insurer That Uses a Producer
    • R590-251, Preneed Life Insurance Minimum Standards to Determine Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Values
  • Repeal
    • R590-232, Authorization for a Health Maintenance Organization to Provide Services as Third Party Administrator of Health Care Benefits
  • New
    • R590-289, Term and Universal Life Insurance Reserve Financing

You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-93-4, Duties of an Insurer That Uses a Producer.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2022.
  • R590-232, Authorization for a Health Maintenance Organization to Provide Services as Third Party Administrator of Health Care Benefits.
    This is a repeal of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2022.
  • R590-251, Preneed Life Insurance Minimum Standards to Determine Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Values.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2022.
  • R590-289, Term and Universal Life Insurance Reserve Financing.
    This is a new rule. Comments accepted until 11/14/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 11/21/2022.


The Utah Insurance Department has filed an effective date for R590-160-8, Agency Review.

 

 The rule was amended to remove a reference to Section 63G-4-302, which allows an agency to reconsider an agency review. The availability of agency review reconsideration is at the agency's discretion, and the Department has decided to no longer provide reconsideration.

 

You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the link below:

  • R590-160-8, Agency Review.
    Rule changes put into effect 10/11/2022.


The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on four rules:

  • Repeal & Reenact
    • R590-130, Rules Governing Advertisements of Insurance
  • Amendment
    • R590-198, Valuation of Life Insurance Policies
    • R590-235, Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
  • Repeal
    • R590-270, Risk Adjustment Data Submission Requirements

Each action is a result of Executive Order 2021-12 and the changes are largely clerical and grammatical. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-130, Rules Governing Advertisements of Insurance.
    This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/08/2022.
  • R590-198, Valuation of Life Insurance Policies.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/08/2022.
  • R590-235, Medicare Prescription Drug Plan.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/08/2022.
  • R590-270, Risk Adjustment Data Submission Requirements.
    This is a repeal of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 12/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 12/08/2022.



Below is the Utah Insurance Bulletin 2022-5: Required Appointments and Designations.

Bulletin 2022-5.pdf

It reminds all Utah-licensed producers and adjusters about important appointment and designation requirements.

The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for two rules:

  • R590-131, Accident and Health Coordination of Benefits Rule
  • R590-219, Credit Scoring

The rules were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12; the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes. You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-131, Accident and Health Coordination of Benefits Rule.
    Rule changes put into effect 08/22/2022.

R590-219, Credit Scoring.
Rule changes put into effect 08/22/2022


The Utah Insurance Department has made effective five rules:
  • R590-93, Replacement of Life Insurance and Annuities, repeal and reenact
  • R590-162, Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum Rule, amendments
  • R590-178, Securities Custody, amendments
  • R590-207, Health Producer Commissions for Small Employer Groups, amendments
  • R590-247, Universal Health Insurance Application Rule, amendments
The rules were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes. You can see the text of the amended rules at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:
  • R590-93, Replacement of Life Insurance and Annuities.
    Rule changes put into effect 08/08/2022.
  • R590-162, Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum Rule.
    Rule changes put into effect 08/08/2022.
  • R590-178, Securities Custody.
    Rule changes put into effect 08/08/2022.
  • R590-207, Health Producer Commissions for Small Employer Groups.
    Rule changes put into effect 08/08/2022.
  • R590-247, Universal Health Insurance Application Rule.
    Rule changes put into effect 08/08/2022.
The Utah Insurance Department has filed amendments to two rules:
  • R590-160-8, Agency Review, is being amended to remove a reference to Section 63G-4-302, which allows an agency to reconsider an agency review. The availability of agency review reconsideration is at the agency's discretion, and the Department has decided to no longer provide reconsideration.
  • R590-164, Uniform Health Billing Rule, is being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12; the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes.
You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:
  • R590-160-8, Agency Review.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 10/03/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 10/10/2022.
  • R590-164, Uniform Health Billing Rule.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 10/03/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 10/10/2022.

The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for two rules:

  • R590-288, Limited Line Producer Line of Authority for Pet Insurance — effective 7/8/2022
  • R590-215, Permissible Arbitration Provisions for Individual and Group Health Insurance — effective 7/27/2022

R590-288 is a new rule that creates a limited line of authority for pet insurance.

 

R590-215 is an existing rule that was amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes.

 

You can see the text of the rule filings at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-215, Permissible Arbitration Provisions for Individual and Group Health Insurance.
    Rule changes put into effect 07/27/2022.
  • R590-288, Limited Line Producer Line of Authority for Pet Insurance.
    Rule put into effect 07/08/2022.


6/28/2022 Bulletin 2022-4.pdf Requesting Exemption from the Requirements of a Principle-Based Valuation

6/15/2022

The Utah Insurance Department has undertaken rulemaking actions on five rules:

  • R590-93, Replacement of Life Insurance and Annuities, repeal and reenact
  • R590-162, Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum Rule, amendments
  • R590-178, Securities Custody, amendments
  • R590-207, Health Producer Commissions for Small Employer Groups, amendments
  • R590-247, Universal Health Insurance Application Rule, amendments

The rules are being amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12the amendments do not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes. You can see the text of the proposed amendments at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:

  • R590-93, Replacement of Life Insurance and Annuities.
    This is a repeal and reenactment of an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/08/2022.
  • R590-162, Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum Rule.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/08/2022.
  • R590-178, Securities Custody.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/08/2022.
  • R590-207, Health Producer Commissions for Small Employer Groups.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/08/2022.
  • R590-247, Universal Health Insurance Application Rule.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments accepted until 08/01/2022. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 08/08/2022.


The Utah Insurance Department has filed effective dates for four rules:

  • R590-173, Credit for Reinsurance
  • R590-196, Bail Bond Premium and Fee Standards, Collateral Standards, and Disclosure Form
  • R590-199, Plan of Orderly Withdrawal Rule Relating to Health Benefit Plans
  • R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison

    The rules were amended to comply with Executive Order 2021-12most amendments did not add, remove, or change any regulations or requirements. They are largely clerical and grammatical changes.

     However, the repeal and reenactment of R590-173 also added a section (R590-173-9) and reorganized the rule to match more closely with the NAIC model regulation, which is required for accreditation.

     You can see the text of the amended rules at https://insurance.utah.gov/consumer/legal-resources/rules and the links below:
  • R590-173, Credit for Reinsurance.
    Rule changes put into effect 06/07/2022.
  • R590-196, Bail Bond Premium and Fee Standards, Collateral Standards, and Disclosure Form.
    Rule changes put into effect 06/07/2022.
  • R590-199, Plan of Orderly Withdrawal Rule Relating to Health Benefit Plans.
    Rule changes put into effect 06/07/2022.
  • R590-271, Data Reporting for Consumer Quality Comparison.
    Rule changes put into effect 06/07/2022.