Because the insurance industry is evolving, and rules and regulations change, we help you stay up-to-date by sending carrier, product, and other updates regularly via emails and e-newsletters, post updates in our online Newsroom, and post on social media. Check out the latest news below.

CAA 2022 Prescription Drug Data Collection (RxDC) Requirements for Health Plans – Due June 1st, 2023

The CAA’s deadline to submit prescription drug and health care spending data for the 2022 reference year is June 1, 2023. Learn what our carrier partners are requesting from employer groups to help facilitate reporting before it’s too late.

NABIP’s Federal Priorities with Legislators in Washington, D.C.

Get a recap of NABIP’s latest Capitol Convention and the national trade association’s federal legislative priorities for the 118th Congress.

Important Licensing CE Change for California Agents – Fraud-Prevention Ethics Training

A change in state law requires California insurance brokers to earn a new hour of ethics CE, focused on fraud-prevention for licenses renewing on or after March 1, 2023. Learn how to comply with this new requirement, and more about fraud-prevention in California.

Annual ACA IRS Reporting Overview and Employee References

Learn about Applicable Large Employer (ALE) reporting requirements, with due dates quickly approaching beginning in late February. Also included is an employee-facing reference to help employees understand IRS Form 1095-C.

New Compliance Requirement for California Insurance Agents’ Email Communications

A new state law requires California insurance brokers and California insurance agencies to list their license numbers in all electronic mail communications involving an activity that requires licensure, effective 1/1/2023. Here’s what you need to know.

CAA’s Prescription Drug Data Collection (RxDC) Requirements for Health Plans

Health plans are required by new federal CAA law to produce reports to CMS detailing Rx drug spending, for calendar years 2020 and 2021 by December 27, 2022, and by June 1st each year thereafter. Here’s what you need to know.

Annual 2023 Employer Compliance Responsibilities

With January quickly approaching, employers face their annual compliance responsibilities regarding health plans, federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliance, and COBRA responsibilities. Find out how you can help them stay in compliance and avoid penalties