The Maryland Insurance Administration regulates the insurance industry according to the laws and regulations of the State of Maryland. This section provides links and information to the public regarding those laws and regulations.
Tuesday, August 15, 201710AM to 1PMSenate Finance Committee Hearing Room11 Bladen StreetAnnapolis, MD 21401AGENDAPRESENTATION: Maryland Association of Health Underwriters, National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors of Maryland, Petersen International Underwriters.August 15, 2017Any questions, comments or submissions on the Short-Term Medical Study can be sent to: email@example.com
Meeting ScheduleTuesday, September 5, 20171-4 PMMIA Hearing Room, 24th Floor200 St. Paul PlaceBaltimore, MD 21202
Click HERE for further information on the meeting
Any questions, comments or submissions on the Lymphedema Workgroup can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, July 26, 201711am to 2PMHGO Committee Room 2406 Bladen Street, House Office BuildingAnnapolis, MD 21401AGENDA
Friday, August 11, 201710am to 1PMHGO Committee Room 2406 Bladen Street, House Office BuildingAnnapolis, MD 21401AGENDA
Monday, September 25, 20171 to 4PMMIA Hearing Room, 24th Floor200 St. Paul PlaceBaltimore, MD 21202
Monday, October 23, 20171 to 4PMMIA Hearing Room, 24th Floor200 St. Paul PlaceBaltimore, MD 21202
Any questions, comments or submissions on Health Insurance Pharmaceutical Services Workgroup can be sent to: email@example.com
In support of Governor Hogan's committment to transparency in government, the Maryland Insurance Administration is posting for your review its proposed legislative packet for the 2017 Legislative Session. If you have any questions or comments on these legislative proposals, please contact Nancy Egan, Director of Government Relations and External Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-468-2488/443-604-9599. When contacting Nancy Egan for questions or comments, please copy the government relations staff member to whom the proposal has been assigned. Contact information is below.
At the end of every General Assembly Session, a summary of insurance-related legislation that passed during the session is posted below.
Pursuant to Chapter 494, of the Laws of Maryland 2015, the Maryland Insurance Administration is required to conduct a study of the use of medical stop-loss insurance in self-funded employer health plans.
Legislative reports finalized within the past three years appear below. Older reports may be found here.
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