No Paper Insurance Forms and Rate Filings After July 1, 2015

In an effort to increase administrative efficiencies, AZDOI will require all types of insurance form and rate filings to be submitted via the System for Electronic Rate & Form Filing (SERFF) beginning 7/1/2015.  Please do not submit paper filings after that date.  Here’s information on getting started in SERFF and on SERFF training.  Questions regarding this upcoming change can be addressed to Gerald Tharp in the Property & Casualty Section, [email protected].

Arizona’s Pediatric Dental/Vision Benchmark Plan - Prior
Insurers Offering Individual Health Insurance in Arizona

Lists insurance companies that are offering health insurance to individuals and families in Arizona in 2020.  Open enrollment starts November 1st and runs through December 15th, 2019.  Individuals can start shopping for coverage now at healthcare.gov or cuidadodesalud.gov (Spanish)

Health Insurance Telemarketers Annoy; Pose Fraud Risks

Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Insurance (ADOI) wants to make citizens aware of scams involving aggressive telemarketers attempting to sell health insurance plans and, in some cases, attempting to gain personal and financial information possibly for criminal purposes.

The ADOI has received complaints from people who received multiple phone calls, robocalls, and text messages claiming to be from the National Health Enrollment Center, the Healthcare Enrollment Center and from Healthcare.gov. Some people report that they were contacted multiple times a day, sometimes from different phone numbers, despite requests to be placed on the companies' do-not-call lists. Additionally, some people report having been asked to provide health insurance enrollment information, including such information as address, date of birth, social security number, and personal health information that, in the wrong hands, could be used in identity theft or other fraud schemes.

Arizona citizens who have received persistent phone calls or text messages from these or other callers attempting to sell them health insurance are encouraged to file a complaint with:

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

Arizona Department of Insurance Consumer Protection Division

  • Visit https://insurance.az.gov/consumers
  • Or call the ADOI’s Consumer Protection Hotline at 602-364-2499, or 1-800-325-2548 if calling within Arizona but outside Maricopa County.

We can all take steps to avoid becoming victims of fraud.

  • Never provide someone who calls you with your bank account number, your social security number, your credit card number, or your personal health information. If you are asked to provide this information, hang up.
  • Research the insurance agent and insurance company you are considering using by finding their license information through the ADOI’s License Search webpage (https://insurance.az.gov/license-search), and use contact information in the license record to contact them. Be skeptical and do research.
  • For information about insurance available from Health Insurance Marketplace, visit the Healthcare.gov website or call Healthcare.gov directly at 1-800-318-2596. The Arizona Department of Insurance is a state agency dedicated to protecting Arizona citizens and businesses by promoting a safe, strong, innovative and competitive insurance marketplace.

The Arizona Department of Insurance is a state agency dedicated to protecting Arizona citizens and businesses by promoting a safe, strong, innovative and competitive insurance marketplace.

FY 2020 INSURER ANNUAL ASSESSMENT INVOICES ARE AVAILABLE

Click here to view invoices for annual assessments to insurance companies and service companies. Payments are due August 9, 2019

Follow the instructions on the first page of the document to locate the invoice that applies to your company.  

Please consider using the OPTins "Assessment" account to pay your assessment invoice.  

Administrative Order 13A-071-INS

PROPERTY AND CASUALTY RATE AND FORM FILING EXEMPTIONS; COMMERCIAL NON-CANCELLATION RESTRICTION EXEMPTIONS; RECOGNIZED SURPLUS LINES

Administrative Order 13A-007-INS: Loss Ratio Standards and Prima Facie Rates for Credit Property Insurance and Credit Unemployment Insurance
General Filing Instructions
4.0 Homeowners Form Filing Checklist
General Filing Checklist
4.0 Homeowners Rate Rule Filing Checklist
16.0 Workers' Compensation Form-Rate Filing Checklist
19.0 Personal Auto Form Filing Checklist
19.0 Personal Auto Rate Rule Filing Checklist
33.0 Service Contracts Filing Checklist
Property and Casualty Transmittal, Form Filing Schedule, and Rate/Rule Filing Schedule
Form CU 1621: Credit Property/Credit Unemployment Certification of Rates
Form 1024A: Insurer Rate Service Organization Reference Filing Adoption Form
Form 1024B: Insurer Rate Service Organization Calculation of Company Loss Cost Multiplier
CTRF WC357 01-2017- Consent to Rate Forms and Instruction – Workers Compensation
Form 1024B: Calculation of Company Loss Cost Multiplier

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