The issue of gender-affirming care has entered the spotlight in recent months. For insurers, this can create pitfalls. Some states have penalized insurers that have treated aspects of gender-affirming care as cosmetic procedures and denied coverage claims. Other states’ officials consider gender-affirming care for minors to be child abuse and at least one state has criminalized gender-affirming care for minors. As an insurer, what are your obligations to cover care for individuals seeking gender-affirming care? What risks might you face in denying coverage or when providing coverage to individuals who are transitioning? Our program will level-set the legislative and regulatory landscape, look at the insurance industry responses and explore the trends that are developing in this area.
This webinar explores Insuretechs and traditional insurance carriers. Stacy Koron from Ethos Technologies will lead a question and answer session with Cara St. Martin, VP Compliance, Ladder Life, and Cyndi Hall, VP, Chief Compliance Officer, Sammons Financial Group where they will discuss how insurtechs and traditional carriers work together.
The panel of experts will provide insight into important regulatory “Hot Topics” that will impact the industry as we move into 2022. Moderator: Jeff Nash, the Nash Group, LLC Panelists: Lisa Brown, APCIA Bri Dahl, NAMIC Cindy Goff, ACLI Elizabeth Tosaris, Locke Lord
Join the Great Lakes Chapter as they collaborate with AAIS on how fires always make the news, but what about fire is actually new? Presented by Dr. Matt Hinds-Aldrich.
With all the information about wildfire losses it is easy to get overwhelmed, AAIS has developed a new Risk Awareness Service about Wildfires that provides curated, consolidated, and timely information about the wildfire peril.
Most of the data available about fire (and many other perils) tend to be response-oriented, but what about data on mitigation efforts? AAIS helped develop openIDL that could help transform how we share and utilize mitigation data about fires and other perils.
Join the Gulf States Chapter for a webinar on Methods of Accessing the Non-Admitted Insurance Market in the U.S. This presentation will cover the basics of the regulation of the surplus lines insurance business and its current challenges and hot topics.
Join the New England Chapter for an Update From Vermont. In attendance will be Deputy Commissioner Kevin Gaffney, Phil Keller, Director of Insurance Regulations, and Emily Brown, Director of Rates and Forms.
Presented by the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP), and Greenberg Traurig, P.A. featuring chief insurance regulators from around the country. Moderated by Greenberg Traurig’s Fred Karlinsky, the panel of Commissioners will provide insight into important regulatory topics from their home states, as well as the activities of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.