Recent News Releases
Effective April 11, 2022, the Idaho Department of Insurance revoked the insurance producer license of Eva L.C. Bowman for ten violations of the Idaho Insurance Code.
Effective March 31, 2022, the Idaho Department of Insurance revoked the insurance producer license of Kyle Blaine Swallow for violations of the Idaho Insurance Code.
Idaho Department of Insurance Opens Public Comment Period for Section 1332 State Innovation Waiver Application
The Idaho Department of Insurance is seeking public comment on its intent to apply to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and to the United States Department of the Treasury for a Section 1332 State Innovation waiver on or about May 2022.
A team of investigators from the State Fire Marshal’s Office, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Valley County Sheriff’s Office and Cascade Fire Department spent two days sifting through debris and reviewing surveillance videos from nearby businesses to determine that the cause of the fire that consumed the Watkins Pharmacy in downtown Cascade was an accident.
Dean L. Cameron, Director of the Idaho Department of Insurance, has become President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners as its next President.
Effective January 1, 2022, the federal No Surprises Act provides new protections for unexpected or excessive medical bills consumers may receive from health care providers, including hospitals, physicians, ambulances, and other medical professionals.
2021 News Releases
The Dept. of Insurance publishes temporary Medicare Supplement rule, offers webinar.
The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently submitted their annual rate recommendation.
Final 2022 premium rates for individual and small group health insurance plans will be published by the Idaho Department of Insurance on October 1.
The Department of Insurance (DOI) launched a modern, user-friendly website today designed to help Idahoans find the information they need.
The insurance producer license of Daniel Van Patten was revoked effective July 27, 2021, after committing several violations including making financial advisements without obtaining proper licensing.
The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) received preliminary health insurance premium rates from health insurance carriers for plans sold starting January 2022.
The DOI was honored by Governor Little at his Rules Reduction Awards Ceremony this week, in recognition of the agency’s efforts to streamline its rules in accordance with Little’s Zero-Based Regulation order.
The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) issued an intent to adopt an Order with a revised export list, which determines what types of insurance coverage can be acquired through surplus lines insurance brokers.