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2020 Bulletins

— 2020 —

  • New 2020-17: Filing Procedures for Compliance with the Provisions of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2019
  • 2020-16: Coverage for COVID-19 Testing
  • 2020-15: Types of Service Contracts to be Filed
  • 2020-14: Using Raffles in Marketing Non-Title Insurance Products
  • 2020-13: Coverage for COVID-19 Testing —SUPERSEDED BY 2020-16
  • 2020-12: Requesting Exemption from the Requirements of a Principle-Based Valuation
  • 2020-11: Telehealth Considerations and R590-267, Personal Injury Protection Relative Value Study Rule
  • New 2020-10(b): Utah Code Section 31A-48-103 – Pharmacy Drug Manufacturer and Health Insurer Reporting
  • 2020-10(a): Utah Code Section 31A-48-103 – Pharmacy Drug Manufacturer Reporting —SUPERSEDED BY 2020-10(b)
  • 2020-10: Utah Code Section 31A-47-103 – Pharmacy Drug Manufacturer Reporting —SUPERSEDED BY 2020-10(a)
  • 2020-9: Utah Mental Health and Substance Abuse Parity Attestation
  • 2020-8: Suspension of Enforcement of Utah’s Vehicle, Vessel, and Trailer Registration Laws
  • 2020-7: Plan Year 2021 Filing Requirements for Health Benefit Plans and Stand-Alone Dental Plans
    • Addendum: 2021 Plan Year Rate Filing Submission Requirements for Health Benefit Plans
    • As required by Utah Code 31A-22-626(10) the cost of insulin under the Utah Insulin Savings Program is provided at www.utahinsulin.net.
  • 2020-6: Complying with Regulatory Requirements During the Public Health Emergency
  • 2020-5: Opioid Prescribing Policy Reporting
  • 2020-4: Helping Clients and Finding New Opportunities in Coronavirus Changes
  • 2020-3: Premium Holiday for Employers that have Closed Due to the Coronavirus but Continue to Pay Employees
  • 2020-2: Guidance for Business Interruption Claims Related to COVID-19 or the March 18 Earthquake
  • 2020-1: Coverage for COVID-19

2019 Bulletins

— 2019 —

  • 2019-3: Suggested Framework for Corporate Governance Annual Disclosures
  • 2019-2: Laws that are Unaffected by the Passage of Senate Bill 121
  • 2019-1: Plan Year 2020 Filing Requirements for Health Benefit Plans and Stand-Alone Dental Plans

2018 Bulletins

— 2018 —

  • 2018-5: Association Health Plans
  • 2018-4: Premium Increases Prohibited for Certain Claims or Inquiries
  • 2018-3: Application and Renewal Fee Exemption for Certain Military Individuals and Spouses
  • 2018-2: Health Benefit Plan and Stand-Alone Dental Plan Filing Requirements for 2019 Plan Year
  • 2018-1: Producer Compensation

2017 Bulletins

— 2017 —

  • 2017-4: Title Insurance Industry Receipt and Disbursement of Earnest Money
  • 2017-3: Opioid Prescribing Policy Reporting —SUPERSEDED BY 2020-5
  • 2017-2: Submission of Rate Service Organization Informational Filings
  • 2017-1(a): 2018 Plan Year Requirements for Health Benefit Plan and Stand-Alone Dental Plan Filings Subject to PPACA
    • Market Stabilization regulation has prompted 3 changes to Bulletin 2017-1:
      • Network Adequacy — All insurers shall make their access plan and criteria available, upon request, to the Department, to demonstrate the insurer has standards and procedures in place to maintain an adequate network, pursuant to UCA § 31A-2-202.
      • Actuarial Values — The AV de minimus range for metal levels is a variation of -4/+2 other than expanded bronze plans which have a de minimus of -4/+5.
      • Expanded Bronze Plans — Justification and documentation shall be disclosed in the actuarial memorandum on reasonableness and soundness.
    • NOTICE: 2018 Plan Year Rate Filing Submission Requirements for Individual Health Benefit Plans
  • 2017-1: 2018 Plan Year Requirements for Health Benefit Plan and Stand-Alone Dental Plan Filings Subject to PPACA —SUPERSEDED BY 2017-1(a)

2016 Bulletins

— 2016 —

  • 2016-5: Cash Bail
  • 2016-4: Small Employer Participation Requirements
  • 2016-3: Surplus Lines Premium Tax and Filing Guidance
  • 2016-2(a): Extension of Transitional PPACA Plans
  • 2016-2: Extension of Transitional PPACA Plans —SUPERSEDED BY 2016-2(a)
  • 2016-1: Health Insurers Offering Health Benefit Plans or Stand-Alone Dental Plans