NAIC punts on MLR exclusion for commissions

Print
Email
Reprints
 
By Elizabeth Galentine
March 30, 2011

When the National Association of Insurance Commissioners decided last Sunday to delay action on throwing their support behind a bill that would exclude broker commissions from health reform’s medical loss ratio calculations, the move was met with mixed reviews, but by no means signals an end to the effort, say insiders.

Get access to this article and thousands more...

All Employee Benefit Adviser articles are archived after seven days. REGISTER NOW for unlimited access to all recently archived articles, as well as thousands of searchable stories. Registered Members also gain access to exclusive industry white paper downloads, web seminars, podcasts and blog discussions. Members may also choose to receive any of our daily or weekly e-newsletters covering the latest breaking news, opinions from industry leaders and developing trends with specialized topics like defined contribution/defined benefit, healthcare insurance news, voluntary benefits, and legal issues.

Already Registered?

Get our daily e-newsletter, unlimited access to 2,500+ in-depth articles plus other exclusive benefits specifically for benefit brokers and advisers - Register Today


Related Articles

Most Popular

Most Forwarded