March 2, 2021 To support the broader health and wellbeing of our colleagues and our communities, The Council has taken two steps to support the broader health and wellbeing of
March 1, 2021 On February 26, 2021, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued additional guidance regarding coverage of COVID-19 vaccines and testing for group health plans (including
February 9, 2021 The following alert is from The Council’s government affairs team. House Democrats yesterday laid out their proposal to subsidize health insurance premiums for coverage as part of
After nearly a week of threats to veto the $2.3 trillion omnibus/relief bill, President Trump signed it into law.
Federal government funding runs out at midnight tonight, and is unclear whether the House and the Senate can act on a catch-all funding measure as well as pandemic relief.
Much is at risk, including a revised PPP plan, as well as potential major provisions on surprise medical billing.
In the first negative decision on business interruption, a North Carolina judge has ruled that Cincinnati Financial is liable to pay out on BI claims.
April 22, 2020 Business interruption and workers compensation policies aren’t the only coverages policyholders may have to lean on: cyber insurance will also be essential during the pandemic. Widespread closure
NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brianne Spellane The Council 202.662.4303 email@example.com The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers Announces Prospective Federal Pandemic Principles to Guide Association WASHINGTON, D.C. –
April 15, 2020 Almost $9 billion in funding was injected into the digital health space in 2019. It’s a booming industry built off of virtual connections, a practice the world