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Canoe has been developed as an on-line hub for SIIA members and self-insurance industry stakeholders to access useful educational content, commentary and related information. New content will be added on a regular basis so be sure to check back often.
This Resource Center provides one-stop access to rules and legislation, industry comments, and in-depth analysis of federal activities related to surprise medical billing and price transparency that SIIA has undertaken.
With the emergence of COVID, several states have passed laws and regulations that place a presumption on employers and insurers to prove that an employee’s COVID infection was not related to workplace interaction. In addition, a number of states have extended workers' comp coverage to first responders and health care workers. This chart outlines state requirements related to this COVID workers ‘comp presumption.
SIIA’s government relations team, working in conjunction with SIIA State Policy Task Force members, continually tracks and updates state laws and regulations impacting the self-insured industry. The legislative tracker is updated consistently to reflect new and changing legislative/ regulatory activities and proposals.
This chart contains a state-by-state summary of stop-loss regulations and laws. This wide-ranging stop-loss resource includes information on allowed state group size, aggregate and specific stop-loss restrictions, guaranteed issues, and other stop-loss disclosure requirements.
A reference guide detailing suggested approaches to setting up and operating self-funded group plans.
The annual SIIA Captive Survey is meant to offer member companies and overall industry participants better insights into the most current state of the captive insurance marketplace, and to help serve the needs of current and potential captive owners.
The Department of Labor (DOL) issued model language for the “Exchange Notice” that most self-insured group plans will be required to send to plan participants.
Information on how to access the directory of self-insured workers' compensation employer and self-insured funds in various states.
Industry accepted guidelines to improve the accuracy and timeliness of disclosure and reporting of claims for self-funded employer health benefits programs.
Endorsed as an Industry Standard Form for Assistance in the Evaluation of Third Party Administration Companies (TPAs) by Stop-loss (Excess) Insurers and Managing General Underwriters (MGUs).
Providing Workers' Compensation Solutions for Small and Mid-Sized Employers
Solutions for containing cost while providing quality benefits.