Committees & Activities

Regulatory Framework (B) Task Force
Health Insurance and Managed Care (B) Committee

Mission:
The mission of the Regulatory Framework (B) Task Force is to: 1) develop NAIC model acts and regulations for state health care initiatives; and 2) consider policy issues affecting state health insurance regulation.

2016 Charge:
Ongoing Support of NAIC Programs, Products and Services

  1. The Regulatory Framework (B) Task Force will:
    1. Coordinate and develop the provision of technical assistance to the states regarding state-level implementation issues raised by federal health legislation and regulations.—Essential

    2. Review managed health care reforms, their delivery systems occurring in the marketplace and other forms of health care delivery; recommend appropriate revisions to regulatory jurisdiction, authority and structures.—Important

    3. Consider the development of new NAIC model laws and regulations and the revision of existing NAIC model laws and regulations, including those affected by federal legislation and final federal regulations promulgated pursuant to such legislation.—Essential

    4. Continue to review NAIC models recommended for revision by the former Affordable Care Act (ACA) Model Review (B) Working Group and, as appropriate, appoint a working group to revise the NAIC model(s) prioritized for revision in 2016.—Important
Conference Call Calendar

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Advance Materials

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documents and resources

Comments Received on Revising the Health Carrier Prescription Drug Benefit Management Model Act (#22)

  1. American Academy of Dermatology Association (AADA) Comments
  2. American Autoimmune Related Diseases Organizations (AARDA) Comments
  3. America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Comments
  4. American Medical Association (AMA) Comments
  5. Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) Comments
  6. Coalition of State Rheumatology Organizations (CSRO) Comments
  7. I Am Essential Comments
  8. Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) Comments
  9. Independent Pharmacy Cooperative Comments
  10. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Comments
  11. National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Comments
  12. National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) Comments
  13. NAIC Consumer Representatives Comments
  14. National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) Comments
  15. National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) Comments
  16. Novartis Comments
  17. National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Comments
  18. National Women's Law Center Comments
  19. PhRMA Comment Cover Letter
  20. PhRMA Suggested Model #22 Revisions
  21. Stakeholder Group Support Comments
  22. The AIDS Institute Comment Letter
  23. The AIDS Institute Suggested Model #22 Revisions
  24. URAC Comments
  25. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) Comments
Managed Care Plan Network Adequacy Model Act Revisions Project Summary

Comments Received on Proposed Revisions to the Accident and Sickness Insurance Minimum Standards Model Act (#170) and Regulation (#171)

Related NAIC Publications
Draft meeting minutes are available free for meeting attendees 10 business days after a national meeting concludes, using the User ID and Password supplied by the NAIC. Regulators may access minutes via StateNet.
Final committee minutes and Proceedings of the NAIC are available to non–attendees, after adoption at the next national meeting, for free in the PDF format through the NAIC Products & Services website.

An Exploration of Potential Regulatory Measures Intended to Prevent Individuals at Later Durations of Non-Group Major Medical Products from Receiving Higher Rate Increases than Those at Early Durations White Paper

Compendium of State Laws on Insurance Topics
ERISA: Barrier to Health Care Consumers' Rights
Health and Welfare Plans Under ERISA
Model Laws, Regulations and Guidelines
Contacts
Media queries should be directed to the NAIC Communications Division at 816-783-8909 or news@naic.org.
Jolie H. Matthews
Senior Health Policy Advisor & Counsel
Phone: 202-471-3982
Fax: 816-460-7818
Jennifer R. Cook
Senior Health Policy & Legislative Analyst & Counsel
Phone: 202-471-3986
Fax: 816-460-7483
Please see the current Committee List for a complete list of committee members.