Recent News Releases
On Friday, October 14, 2022, Idaho Department of Insurance Director and National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) President Dean L. Cameron talked to nearly 30 TV and radio stations as he shared important information for consumers nationwide on the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, surprise billing protections, questions to ask before switching or signing up for a health plan, how to navigate increased plan marketing, and more.
Final 2022 premium rates for individual and small group health insurance plans were published by the Idaho Department of Insurance on the Department website at doi.idaho.gov/idaho-rate-review.
As the holidays approach, the Idaho State Fire Marshal’s Office is warning Idahoans against using water to douse candle fires.
Contact: Julie Robinson, 208-334-4312 firstname.lastname@example.org BOISE, ID (October 7, 2022) – The Idaho Department of Insurance is warning consumers shopping for Medicare health insurance to be
The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently submitted their annual rate recommendation to the Department of Insurance for review.
September was Life Insurance Awareness Month, a campaign to educate consumers about the importance of life insurance and the role it plays in protecting families’ financial security. The Idaho Department of Insurance encourages Idahoans to discuss their life insurance needs with a trusted insurance agent and assess if they are sufficiently safeguarded.
The Idaho Department of Insurance is pleased to share exciting new enhancements to Townhall.Idaho.Gov, the state of Idaho’s new public meeting website.
Governor Brad Little announced today the State of Idaho achieved a key milestone of the “Leading Idaho” plan – approval of the state’s innovation waiver, ensuring accessible health insurance for more Idahoans.
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The insurance producer license of Daniel Van Patten was revoked effective July 27, 2021, after committing several violations including making financial advisements without obtaining proper licensing.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.