NAIC LTCi Task Force Adopts MSA Framework, Wellness Document and Policyholder Communication Checklist

At its recent Fall 2021 National Meeting, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Long-Term Care Insurance Task Force adopted the following items:

  • the revised LTCI Multistate Rate Review Framework (MSA Framework);
  • the LTC Wellness Benefits Document (See Attachment Six of the Meeting Materials, page 65); and
  • the Checklist for Premium Increase Communications (See Attachment Seven of the Meeting Materials, page 82). The MSA Framework will be considered by Exec/Plenary at the 2022 Spring National Meeting.

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LTC Task Force Updates From NAIC Spring Meeting

During the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Spring Conference last week, the NAIC LTC Task Force met to discuss various topics and we wanted to share a summary of the discussion:

The bulk of the meeting was the Task Force receiving an update from each of its subgroups:

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What Insurers Need to Know About the Elections

2020 is an unusual election year, with many high-level outcomes still undetermined weeks after the polls closed. Despite this uncertainty, insurance industry stakeholders need to look ahead to the future. Thought leaders from Faegre Drinker’s insurance team participated in a post-election roundtable — and have helpful insights to share as we head into 2021.

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Election Night for Insurance Geeks: 2020 Edition

We are less than a week from a presidential election, with control of Congress in play. Meanwhile, shifts in state legislatures have the potential to change the direction of policymaking and impact the redistricting process. And, 11 gubernatorial elections are on 2020 ballots. Plenty to watch.

That said, for insurance regulatory stakeholders, the top of the ticket in some respects is those insurance commissioners independently elected statewide. Here’s a rundown on that field.
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