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AS HEALTH INSURANCE OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD BEGINS, NEVADA DIVISION OF INSURANCE ENCOURAGES CONSUMERS TO CUT THROUGH THE CLUTTER

To help make the most informed decisions possible, the Nevada Division of Insurance encourages consumers to streamline their health insurance research process.

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Approved 2018 Health Insurance Rates are Now Available to the Public

The Division of Insurance has posted the approved 2018 health insurance rates for all plans in the Individual and Small group markets on and off the Exchange at healthrates.doi.nv.gov.

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Proposed Emergency Regulation for employee assistance programs

This regulation allows for additional counseling services for employees and family members provided by the employee assistance programs ("EAPs"). Click here to view the proposed regulation. 

 
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Centene Corporation Offers On-Exchange Plans for 14 Bare Counties in Nevada

Governor Brian Sandoval announced that the Missouri-based Centene Corporation, also known as SilverSummit in Nevada, will be offering health insurance coverage to all Nevada residents

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Statement from Commissioner Richardson on Anthem withdrawing from Nevada’s Exchange for Plan Year 2018

Insurance Commissioner Barbara Richardson issued the following statement in response to a request by Anthem under Nevada Revised Statute 679B.190(5)(b) regarding Anthem’s announcement that it will be withdrawing plans from Nevada’s Exchange in 2018.

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New DriveCheck assessment from NAIC helps Nevada’s consumers determine if usage-based auto insurance is a fit

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) launched a new tool called DriveCheck to help consumers determine if usage-based insurance (UBI) may fit their driving habits.

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Division cautions Nevadans of Secure Home Warranty; an unregistered service contract provider

The Division of Insurance warns Nevada consumers to avoid conducting business with Secure Home Warranty. The Division issued a Cease and Desist Order to Secure Home Warranty for conducting business without a registration in Nevada as a service contract provider.

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Summary of Proposed health insurance rate changes for Exchange carriers are now available to the public on the Division’s website

To view a Plan Year 2018 Nevada's On Exchange Filing Summary please click here.

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Statement from Commissioner Richardson on 14 Nevada counties not having access to Qualified Health Plans

“The Division is disappointed and concerned that Nevadans in 14 out of the state’s 17 counties will not have access in 2018 to subsidies and cost sharing assistance provided under the Affordable Care Act. Four carriers have applied to offer plans on the Exchange in Clark, Washoe and Nye counties,” said Commissioner Richardson. 

 

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Changing weather patterns mean homeowners need to rethink insurance risks

With natural disasters on the rise1, the NAIC urges consumers to consider their insurance risks and understand what is and is not covered in their current policies.

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Penn Treaty Network America Insurance Company is in Liquidation

On March 1, 2017, Penn Treaty Network America Insurance Company was placed into liquidation receivership. Penn Treaty marketed long-term care insurance nationwide. If you believe you have a claim against Penn Treaty, you must file a Proof of Claim in the receivership by August 31, 2017. Learn more about the receivership and how to file a Proof of Claim.

 

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Long-Term Care Insurance Forum Video Available Online

The Division of Insurance hosted a Long-Term Care Insurance Forum. The presentation and materials presented are available on the Division’s website.

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WE MOVED! Parking Directions in our new office in Las Vegas

Our office in Las Vegas relocated to 3300 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 275. Please see the directions to parking garage access.

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Division of Insurance to Host Free Forum to Educate Consumers on Long-Term Care Insurance

The Division of Insurance is excited to announce the Long-Term Care Insurance Forum for Nevada consumers interested in learning more about long-term care products.  This event is free and open to the public.

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Attention: Our office is relocating!

The Division in Las Vegas is relocating to 3300 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 275. The 2501 E. Sahara Ave., Ste. 302, office will be closed as of 5:00pm, Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Normal business operations will resume at our new office beginning 8:00am on Monday, March 20, 2017.

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Nevada Insurance Commissioner Approves Largest Workers’ Compensation Loss-Cost Decrease since 2004, Largest Assigned-Risk Rate Decrease Ever

There is good news for Nevada employers as most of them may see lower premiums as a result of decreases in workers’ compensation voluntary insurance loss-costs and assigned-risk market rates.

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The Open Enrollment Period is coming to end January 31, 2017

Consumers who enroll and pay for a health insurance plan by January 15, 2017, will have coverage effective February 1, 2017. Consumers who enroll between January 16, 2017, and January 31, 2017, which is the end of the open enrollment period, will not have coverage until March 1, 2017.

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Division of Insurance, NAIC Launch Nationwide Life Insurance Policy Locator Tool to help consumers find lost life insurance policies, annuities

The Nevada Division of Insurance and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) announced a national service that provides consumers with search capabilities to help find a deceased person’s lost life insurance policies and annuities.

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Commissioner’s Agents Advisory Council

Insurance Commissioner Barbara D. Richardson has announced her intention to create the Agent’s Advisory Council for the State of Nevada. This Council will be made up of Nevada licensed resident producers of insurance, for the purpose of advising the Commissioner on producer and consumer issues facing our state.

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Division Encourages Consumers to Utilize Free Resources to Shop for Health Insurance

To help consumers during Open Enrollment make more informed decisions, the Division brought back NVinsurance101.com

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Nevada Health CO-OP Placed in Liquidation, Claims Filing Deadline & Procedures Established by Court

On September 20, 2016, Nevada Health CO-OP (“NHC”) was declared insolvent and ordered into liquidation receivership by the Eighth Judicial District Court in Clark County (the “Court”) after it was shown that there is no reasonable probability that NHC’s hazardous financial condition will improve for NHC to resume operations or meet its obligations.

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Commissioner Richardson accepts recommendation for Network Adequacy

Commissioner Barbara Richardson officially accepted the Network Adequacy Advisory Council’s recommendation for the establishment of additional standards to use in evaluating each health benefit plan network for Plan Year 2018.

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Division of Insurance announces new Medicare Supplement Rate Lookup Tool available online

The Nevada Division of Insurance is excited to announce the launch of its new Medicare Supplement Rate Lookup Tool available on its website.

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Division of Insurance offers tips for homeowners affected by the Little Valley Fire

In the aftermath of the Little Valley Fire that destroyed 23 homes and 17 outbuildings, Insurance Commissioner Barbara Richardson urges affected homeowners to be vigilant of fraudsters trying to take advantage during this devastating time. Any consumers affected are encouraged to contact the Division of Insurance if they have questions about insurance or need assistance with their insurance claims.

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Approved 2017 Health Insurance Rates are Now Available Online

Nevadans who purchase health insurance on their own or as a small business can now view prices for the approved 2017 health insurance plans online by visiting healthrates.doi.nv.gov.

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Council Voted on Recommendations for Plan Year 2018 Network Adequacy Standards in Nevada

The Commissioner’s Network Adequacy Advisory Council conducted its last meeting for plan year 2018 on Monday, September 12, 2016, at 10 a.m. PST. The Council will be finalizing and approving the recommended additional or alternative standards to determine whether a network plan is adequate.

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Second Network Adequacy Advisory Council meeting was held on July 22, 2016

The Commissioner’s Network Adequacy Advisory Council will conduct its next meeting on Friday, July 22, 2016, at 10 a.m. PST. This is the second meeting in a series of public meetings being held at the Nevada Division of Insurance.

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Division of Insurance launches digital campaign to encourage consumers to be more involved in the health insurance rate review process

The Nevada Division of Insurance is pleased to announce the launch of its “Proposed Rates” digital campaign  encouraging Nevadans to review and comment on the proposed health insurance rates for 2017.

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The Commissioner’s Network Adequacy Advisory Council to Conduct First Public Meeting

This Council was created under the Network Adequacy Regulation R049-14 to recommend additional standards for determining whether a network plan is adequate. Council recommendations must be provided to the Commissioner on or before September 15, 2016; this meeting will begin that process.

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Take action and reduce wildfire threat to your property

The National Weather Service recently issued a Red Flag Warning lasting 2 days, which means there is an increased threat for wildfires.  The good news is that you as a homeowner can begin now, before a wildfire starts, to protect your home by decreasing the possibility of your home being engulfed in flames.

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Auto Insurance 101 for Teen Drivers

Your kid has just obtained a driver’s license, now what? Before you hand the keys to your teen to drive themselves to school, the Division of Insurance encourages parents to review the tips and tools found on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Insurance 101 for ParentsTeen Drivers website

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The DOI encourages consumers to consider flood insurance now before disaster strikes.

Nevada is notorious for experiencing flash floods. Recent rain caused severe flash flooding in Nevada, especially in the Las Vegas area where several homes and businesses suffered damages.

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Transportation Network Companies and Auto Insurance FAQs

If you have questions about Transportation Network Companies (TNC) and Auto Insurance please click here.

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Nevada Insurance Commissioner Approves Largest Workers’ Compensation Loss-Cost and Rate Decrease Since 2010

There is good news for Nevada employers as Acting Commissioner Amy L. Parks approved a filing from the National Council on Compensation Insurance (“NCCI”) for an average decrease of 5.5 percent for Nevada workers’ compensation voluntary insurance loss costs.

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Barbara Richardson appointed as Nevada Insurance Commissioner

Department of Business and Industry Director Bruce Breslow today announced that Barbara Richardson has been appointed as Commissioner of the Nevada Division of Insurance. Ms. Richardson will join the Division in March Read More

Miembros actuales del CO-OP califican para una Periodo de Inscripcion Especial

Si aún no se ha inscrito en una nueva póliza para el año 2016, y le gustaría tener cobertura médica efectiva el 1 de enero, 2016, tiene hasta el 31  de diciembre, 2015.

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Current CO-OP Members qualify for a Special Enrollment Period to enroll and pay for a 2016 Health Insurance Plan

Current CO-OP members who have not enrolled in a new plan for 2016, and would like to have coverage effective January 1, 2016, have until December 31, 2015 to enroll in a new plan and pay their first month of premium.

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Consumers given additional 48 hours to enroll in health insurance plans that start on Jan. 1, 2016

Due to an unprecedented demand and volume of incoming consumer calls to Exchange call centers and their websites, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced late Tuesday, Dec. 15, that the deadline to sign up for Jan. 1st coverage is now extended until 11:59 p.m. PST on Thursday, Dec. 17.

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Enroll in a health insurance plan before December 15, 2015 to avoid a gap in coverage

Consumers need to enroll in a 2016 health insurance policy by December 15, 2015 if they wish to have coverage starting on January 1, 2016.

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Cuarta Semana: Como obtener Más Por Su Dinero

La semana pasada, la Division de Seguros proveo información sobre el proceso del Periodo de Inscripciones. El mensaje de esta semana contiene consejos sobre cómo obtener más por su dinero.

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Week 4 of the Fall Health Insurance Campaign: How To Get More Bang For Your Buck

Last week, the Division of Insurance provided information about the Open Enrollment process. This week’s message contains tips on how to get more “bang for your buck.”

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Tercera Semana: Periodo de Inscripciones

El periodo de inscripciones inicia oficialmente el domingo, primero de Noviembre hasta el 31 de Enero del 2016.

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Week 3 of the Fall Health Insurance Campaign: Open Enrollment: Who, What, Where, Why

Last week, the Division provided millennials with information on why they should consider purchasing a health insurance policy. This week’s message is information on the open enrollment process.

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Segunda Semana: Lo que todo joven milenio debe saber sobre los seguros médicos

Los consumidores entre 18 y 34 años de edad son considerados jóvenes milenios o invencibles, un grupo que según algunos expertos aseguran no están obteniendo un seguro médico.  Read More

Week 2: What Millennials Need to Know about Health Insurance

Consumers between 18 and 34 years old are considered millennials or young invincibles, a group that some researchers say aren’t getting health insurance. According to a 2014 United States Census report approximately 20% of consumers between the ages of 19 - 25 years old are uninsured in Nevada.

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Primera Semana: Términos de Seguro Médico Clave que los Consumidores Deben Saber y Las Herramientas para Comparar los Precios de las Pólizas de Seguro Médico del 2016

La Division de Seguros de Nevada ha creado y tiene disponible en su página web un diccionario con los términos

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Week 1: Key Insurance Terms for Consumers to Know and Tools to Compare Costs of 2016 Health Insurance Policies

The Nevada Division of Insurance has developed and makes available on its website a Glossary of Health Insurance Terms. The approved 2016 health insurance rates for individual and small group markets can be viewed by consumers online at healthrates.doi.nv.gov

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La División de Seguros de Nevada Lanza la Campaña de Concientización de Seguros Médicos de Otoño

La División de Seguros de Nevada esta emocionado en anunciar el lanzamiento de su campana de Concientización de Seguros Médicos de Otoño. El mes de Octubre es un buen tiempo para comenzar a pensar sobre una póliza de seguro médico para el 2016.

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The Nevada Division of Insurance launches its Fall Health Insurance Awareness Campaign

The Nevada Division of Insurance is excited to announce the launch of its Fall Health Insurance Awareness campaign. The month of October is a good time to begin thinking about a 2016 HEALTH INSURANCE POLICY! Open Enrollment is just around the corner starting November 1st and running through January 31st, 2016. That is why the Division of Insurance is officially kicking off a pre-enrollment campaign to turn consumers into insurance experts before Open Enrollment begins.

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Approved 2016 Health Insurance Rates are Now Available Online

The Nevada Division of Insurance has posted the approved 2016 health insurance rates for individual and small group markets online at healthrates.doi.nv.gov.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Files Petition for Receivership

On September 25, 2015, the Nevada Division of Insurance (“Division”) filed a petition in the Eighth Judicial District Court in Clark County to place the Nevada Health CO-OP (NHC) into a conservation/rehabilitation receivership. 

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2016 Health Insurance Rate Changes are Approved

The Nevada Division of Insurance has reviewed and approved 2016 health insurance rates for the individual and small group markets.

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FAQ's about the Nevada Health CO-OP

 If you have questions about the Nevada Health CO-OP please click here.   

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The Nevada Division of Insurance Offers Guidance for members impacted by Nevada Health Cooperative Discontinuing Operations

The Nevada Health CO-OP (NHC), a health insurer formed under the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as a non-profit health maintenance organization, announced today that it will be voluntarily winding down its operations at the end of 2015.

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College Checklist Must Include Insurance Coverage for Students

Classes will soon be in session for many college students in Nevada. While it is an exciting time for students, it may be nerve wrecking for some parents sending their kids off to college. To help parents rest easier, the Nevada Division of Insurance encourages parents to review their insurance policies to ensure their college student is adequately protected against the unexpected while at school.

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La División de Seguros de Nevada ofrece consejos sobre seguros de inundación

El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional emitió varias alertas de inundaciones repentinas en varias áreas de Nevada durante los últimos días, por ello la División de Seguros de Nevada sugiere que los consumidores tomen acción y entiendan los seguros de inundación para proteger su propiedad contra este peligro.

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Nevada Division of Insurance offers tips on flood insurance

The Nevada Division of Insurance encourages consumers to take action and understand flood insurance to protect their property from this hazard. Floods, including flash floods, are one of the top 3 weather-related hazards faced by Nevadans.

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Amy L. Parks, Esq. is appointed as Acting Commissioner by Director Bruce H. Breslow

Nevada’s Director of the Department of Business and Industry Bruce H. Breslow, appointed Amy L. Parks as “Acting” Insurance Commissioner.

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Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announces his resignation

Nevada’s Commissioner of Insurance Scott J. Kipper announced his resignation as State Commissioner for the Nevada Division of Insurance, effective July 2, 2015. 

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2016 Proposed Health Insurance Rates Available online

The Nevada Division of Insurance has received proposed health insurance rates for plan year 2016. These proposed rates are for plans sold both on and off Nevada’s health insurance Exchange and are for individual and small group insurance policies.

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Nevada Division of Insurance seeks comment on 2017 Essential Health Benefits

The Nevada Division of Insurance (NVDOI) is seeking public input on the selection of Nevada’s essential health benefits plan (EHB), which will set the benchmark for health care services that will be required in all individual and small group health insurance plans starting in 2017.

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Avoid Becoming a Victim of Insurance Scams during Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month, and this year’s theme is to “Get into the Act.” To honor this event, the Nevada Division of Insurance urges consumers to be on the lookout for some red flags to avoid being fooled by deceptive sales practices.

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Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month – Take action and review your home insurance

 May is Wildfire Awareness Month in Nevada and the Nevada Division of Insurance (NDOI) encourages everyone to take this time to do a “checkup” on their homeowner policy.

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Nevada Experiences Back to Back Years of Record Growth as a Captive Domicile with $3.8 Billion Increase in Premium

Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announced today that 2014 was once again a record breaking year for the Nevada captive insurance industry as Nevada’s captive premiums increased by $3.8 billion.

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Commissioner Kipper Announces Leadership Appointments at Nevada Division of Insurance

Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announced today that Nicole Lamboley has been named Chief Deputy Commissioner of Insurance at the Nevada Division of Insurance. Ms. Lamboley joined the Division on January 27, and is based in the Division’s Carson City office.
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2015 Nevada Insurance Market Report Available Now

The 2015 Nevada Insurance Market Report published by the Division of Insurance for the 78th Legislative Session is available online now here.
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Tax Questions Relating to Nevada Exchange Plan Premium Subsidies

FAQs relating to common tax questions and premium subsidies received through the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange.

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Nevada Workers' Compensation Loss Costs See Small Decrease in 2015

Many Nevada employers will see a small decrease in the premiums they pay for workers’ compensation insurance this year.

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Nevada Division of Insurance warns Nevadans about Anthem data breach

Commissioner Scott J. Kipper is warning Nevada residents that Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield has been a victim of a cyberattack and that personal information of current and past Anthem policy holders has been compromised.

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Producer News Flash Regarding Small Group Health Plans Sold at Unapproved Rates by Sierra Health And Life

The Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) has become aware that two small group PPO plans offered in Nevada by Sierra Health and Life were sold with rates that were not approve by the Division. It is estimated that at least 60 employers in Nevada may have been affected. Read More

Consumer Alert: Small Group Health Plans Sold at Unapproved Rates by Sierra Health and Life

The Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) has become aware that two small group PPO plans offered in Nevada by Sierra Health and Life were sold with rates that were not approved by the Division. It is estimated that at least 60 employers in Nevada may have been affected. Read More

Advice for Seniors During Medicare Open Enrollment

Seniors who would like to review and possibly change their Medicare health and prescription drug coverage for 2015 can now do so until Dec. 7, 2014 when the Medicare Open Enrollment period closes.
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Nevada Division of Insurance Announces Smart Phone App and New Health Insurance Website

The Nevada Division of Insurance announces today the launch of its new smartphone app NDOI Connect and the Health Insurance website NVInsurance101.com.
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2015 Health Insurance Plans and Rates Approved and Available Online

Nevadans who purchase health insurance on their own or through a small business can now see how much it will cost in 2015 at healthrates.doi.nv.gov.
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Nevada Division of Insurance Seeks Consumers Impacted by Sensible Home Warranty

The Nevada Division of Insurance is seeking information from consumers in Nevada who have outstanding unpaid claims against the Nevada-based company, Sensible Home Warranty.

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Commissioner Kipper Reappointed to the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the reappointment of Nevada Commissioner of Insurance Scott J. Kipper to serve as a member of the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Posts 2015 Proposed Health Insurance Rates Online

Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announces that the Nevada Division of Insurance has received and made available online the proposed health insurance rates for plan year 2015 for the individual and small group markets in Nevada. These proposed rates are for plans sold both on and off Nevada’s health insurance exchange.

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Nevada Division of Insurance and NAIC Announce Educational Initiative in Support of State-Based Insurance Regulation

The Nevada Division of Insurance, in partnership with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), launched ‘Protecting the Future,’ an educational initiative about the indispensable role state-based insurance regulation plays in strengthening the U.S. economy this month.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Informs Consumers about Insurance Issues Surrounding Ride-Sharing Technology Companies

As ride-sharing technology services gain popularity across the country, the Nevada Division of Insurance is informing Nevada consumers that such for-profit ride-sharing arrangements can put them at risk of being uninsured. Read More

Nevada Division of Insurance Announces Title Insurance and Escrow Rate Comparison Tool

The Nevada Division of Insurance announces the launch of a new title insurance and escrow rate comparison tool online at doi.nv.gov. The purpose of this tool is to help consumers make educated title insurance decisions when they are purchasing or refinancing a house.
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State Regulators Meet with President Obama on ACA

Members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) met today with President Barack Obama, Vice-President Joe Biden and senior members of the administration to discuss 2015 enrollment issues under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

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Nevada Division of Insurance to Host Network Adequacy Listening Sessions

The purpose of these listening sessions will be to solicit informal feedback from the public, provider communities and insurance providers as to their informal concerns regarding Network Adequacy for health plans and policies being sold in Nevada. Read More

Nevada Division of Insurance Publishes Revised Qualified Health/Dental Plan Implementation Timeline for Plan Year 2015

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Nevada Experiences Record Growth as a Captive Domicile

Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announced today that with the recent approval of Nevada’s 150th active Captive Insurer, the state has more active Captives than ever before in its history as a Captive domicile.

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Nevada Division of Insurance recovered $3,831,959 for Nevadans in 2013

The consumer protection efforts of the Nevada Division of Insurance resulted in the recovery of $3,831,959 from insurance companies to Nevada Consumers in 2013.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Offers Auto Accident Tips to Las Vegas Drivers

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department recently announced that effective March 3, 2014 it will no longer respond to or accept accident reports for minor, non-injury car accidents on city and county streets in the Las Vegas area. In order to help area residents who are unsure of what to do in an accident, the Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) offers the following tips.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Publishes Issue Brief on Network Adequacy and Solicitation of Comments


Nevada Workers’ Compensation Loss Costs See Small Increase in 2014

Many Nevada employers will see a small increase in the premiums they pay for workers’ compensation insurance this year.

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Producer News Flash Regarding Division of Insurance Health Insurance Rate Website

In an effort to help consumers, producers and brokers navigate the health insurance market, the Nevada Division of Insurance has made all individual and small group approved rates and plan documents, both on and off the Exchange, available on its website.

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Statement from the Nevada Division of Insurance Regarding the Affordable Care Act

The Nevada Division of Insurance is the primary consumer protection agency for insurance programs in Nevada. Its ultimate mission is to protect Nevada consumers, ensure a healthy insurance industry, and maintain a fair regulatory environment.

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Commissioner Kipper and Attorney General Masto Warn Nevadans to be Wary of Affordable Care Act Fraud

Now that open enrollment has begun for health insurance plans affected by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Nevadans need to be wary of scammers looking to take advantage of consumer’s uncertainty surrounding this law.
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Joint Investigation of Attorney General and Division of Insurance Results In 34-Count Indictment of Three Men Arrested For Robbery With a Deadly Weapon

Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto announced that three Nevadans have been indicted by a Clark County Grand Jury on several felonies.
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State Insurance Regulators Work on Long-Term Care Insurance


June 11, 2013
On June 11 the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) concluded an Interim Meeting on long-term care insurance regulatory developments. 

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Nevada Division of Insurance announces new website and guide to the Affordable Care Act


May 21, 2013
The Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) is excited to announce the launch of its new website at doi.nv.gov. The website provides Nevada consumers with comprehensive information about insurance and healthcare reform in Nevada. Members of the insurance industry will also find a wealth of information about doing business in Nevada.

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2013 Nevada Insurance Market Report Available Now

May 9, 2013
The 2013 Nevada Insurance Market Report published by the Division of Insurance for the 77th Legislative Session is available online now.

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Statement regarding the death of William McCune

April 8, 2013
It is with the deepest sense of sorrow that the Nevada Division of Insurance must report the loss of our friend and colleague, Chief Insurance Examiner William “Bill” McCune.

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Nevada Offers 24-Hour Captive Application Approval, Reduced Fees

March 09, 2013
Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announced today an expedited approval process for single parent and 831b captive insurance company applications that will allow applications to be approved within 24 hours.

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Decker Appointed Deputy Commissioner of Consumer Services at Nevada Division of Insurance

February 12, 2013
Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announced today that Joseph R. Decker has been named Deputy Commissioner of Insurance at the Nevada Division of Insurance. Mr. Decker who will start on February 18, will be based in the Division’s Las Vegas office and will manage the Consumer Services Section.

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Nevada Division of Insurance recovered $3,998,508 for Nevadans in 2012

February 6, 2013
Carson City, Nev. – Nevada policy holders recovered $3,998,508 from insurance companies due to Nevada Division of Insurance assistance in 2012. A recovery is the amount of monetary compensation or relief received by a consumer as a result of a filed consumer complaint against an insurance company.

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Scam Alert: Beware of Robocallers Promising Lower Insurance Rates

February 4, 2013
Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper is warning Nevadans about a telephone scam circulating in Nevada.

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