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Yellow Alert: One Shot Left to Avoid NFIP Lapse
Yellow Alert | May. 24, 2019 | Flood

While there were several opportunities to reauthorize the program before the House and Senate left for Memorial Day, efforts became tied up in ideology and politics.

Back Door Discounts
Healthcare In Transition | May. 16, 2019 | Employer sponsored insurance, Healthcare costs, Leader’s Edge, Pharmacy supply chain, Prescription Drug Pricing

The pharmacy supply chain is one of the most complex and opaque parts of the healthcare ecosystem. Co-pay discounts and other rebates may lower costs, but do not address the

Government Affairs Roundup: The Latest on Healthcare Policy
Healthcare In Transition | May. 16, 2019 | ACA, Access to Care, Employer sponsored insurance, Government Affairs, Healthcare, Healthcare costs, Healthcare data, Healthcare reform, Payment reform, Prescription Drug Pricing, Pricing transparency, Single Payer, state activity, Surprise Medical Billing, Technology

Surprise Medical Billing Broad bipartisan support from the Trump administration as well as Congress has created momentum around surprise medical billing. Earlier this week, the House Energy and Commerce Committee

Q1 P/C Market Survey 2019
Market Survey | May. 16, 2019 | Market Survey, P/C Survey

Key takeaways from The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers’ Commercial Property/Casualty Market Report Q1 2019.

House Releases Surprise Billing Discussion
Council Brief | May. 16, 2019

May 16, 2019 On May 16, House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Ranking Member Greg Walden (R-OR) released a discussion draft of the No Surprises Act,

What About Cyberterrorism?
Cyber Watch | May. 1, 2019 | Cyber, Cyber Insurance, Cyber Regulation

May 2, 2019 Should Zurich fail to prove any of the points in this article, NotPetya could be, in the court’s eyes, an act of criminality, or even of terrorism.

NotPetya: A War-Like Exclusion?
Cyber Watch | May. 1, 2019 | Cyber, Cyber Insurance, Cyber Regulation

May 2, 2019 In 2017, companies worldwide, from Ukrainian banks to Danish shipping conglomerate Maersk to US companies Merck and Mondelēz, were crippled by a malware attack targeting every existing