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Legal Briefs/Court Rulings 
White Papers 
A Model Self-Funded Health Plan
A reference guide detailing suggested approaches to setting up and operating self-funded group plans.
Financial Solvency of Self-Insured Workers' Compensation Groups (SIGS)
SIIA outlines important financial solvency issues specific to Self Insured Workers’ Compensation Groups (SIGs).
Management Guidelines for Self-Insured Workers' Compensation Groups (SIGS)
As the leading national association for SIGs, SIIA offers insight as to how SIGs can improve their overall program management and retention of members.
DOL Reports Regarding Self-Insured Health Plans 
Group Health Plan Report
Abstract of 2008 Form 5500 Annual Reports
Industry Reports 
Other Resources 
Stop-loss (Excess) Insurers and Managing General Underwriters (MGUs) Questionnaire
Endorsed as an Industry Standard Form for Assistance in the Evaluation of Stop-loss (Excess) Insurers and Managing General Underwriters (MGUs).
A Self-Funded Employer's Guide to Compensation Transparency
A Discussion Document designed to provide a guideline for plan sponsors / administrators and their service providers to discuss compensation practices and to develop a model for making the amount and sources of compensation transparent.
ERISA Special Report
This SIIA Special Report will review how and why ERISA came about and explain the value of its federal protections for employee benefit programs.
Model Language for Health Insurance Exchange Notice
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.
Self-Insured Workers' Compensation Employers and Group Listings by state
Information on how to access the directory of self-insured workers' compensation employer and self-insured funds in various states.
Stop-Loss/Reinsurance: Disclosure and Reporting
Industry accepted guidelines to improve the accuracy and timeliness of disclosure and reporting of claims for self-funded employer health benefits programs.
TPA Questionnaire
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).
Understanding Group Self-Insured Workers' Comp Funds (SIG Publication)
Providing Workers' Compensation Solutions for Small and Mid-Sized Employers
Understanding Self-Insured Group Health Plans (Health Care Publication)
Solutions for containing cost while providing quality benefits.
Policy Papers 
Policy Paper - Improving America's Health Care
SIIA’s recommendations for a partnership effort of Government, Employers, Providers, Health Plans, Insurers, Third Party Administrators and Individual Consumers to improve our Nation’s health insurance, health care and personal health.
Member Information 
SIIA Fusion Initiative
SIIA has recently developed a new “Fusion” initiative is designed to facilitate greater information sharing and expanded business referral opportunities among members involved with self-insured health plans, captive insurance, and self-insured workers’ compensation programs. This initiative has been incorporated as part of the association’s upcoming National Conference & Expo, with a dedicated educational track that will be of interest to multiple membership constituencies. Learn more about what this is all about, what’s on-tap for the conference, and how you can get involved going forward by participating in this free webinar.
What to Know: The Changing EEOC Wellness Incentive Rules
In the wake of a recent federal court ruling repealing guidance on wellness incentive rules issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), this SIIA policy webinar will offer important background, explore the ruling’s impact on current wellness programs incorporated as part of many self-insured group health plans, and discuss future advocacy steps. Panelists will offer background on the original EEOC guidance issued in May 2016, discuss how the AARP v. EEO lawsuit has affected existing programs and plan administrators, and highlight what work is being done to decrease future uncertainty surrounding employee wellness programs.

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