Press Release 1998-04 Changes In Examination Content Outlines

Effective October 1, 1998, each of the insurance licensing examination content outlines will be modified, according to the Arizona Department of Insurance. In May 1998, the Department worked with the Insurance Testing Corporation (ITC), the state’s contractor for test administration, the Kelley Insurance Center at Drake University, and experts from the Arizona insurance industry to ensure examinations cover current topics and new changes in state law. Additional changes are being made to improve the organization, clarity and focus of portions of the exams.

Circular Letter 1998-05

Form for Selection of Limits or Rejection of Uninsured Motorist or Underinsured Motorist Coverage

 

Press Release 1998-03 Department Of Insurance Implements Procedures To Permit Consumers To Appeal Decisions By Health Care Insurers

John A. Greene, Director of the Arizona Department Of Insurance, announced today the availability of new rights for Arizona consumers who disagree with their health care insurer’s decisions regarding coverage issues, including whether a procedure is medically necessary.

Circular Letter 1998-03

Administration of Workers' Compensation Laws; Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 20, Chapter 2, Article 4

Circular Letter 1998-02

Administration of Arizona's Service Company and Motor Vehicle Service Contract Administrator's Laws; Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 20, Chapter 4, Article 11 

Press Release 1998-02 Open Meeting About Insurance License Testing

The Arizona Department of Insurance will hold a public meeting Thursday, May 7, 1998. Representatives from the Department, Insurance Testing Corporation (ITC), and the Kelley Insurance Center, Drake University, will provide trainers, managers and publishers with information concerning the testing program and candidate performance, as well as collect comments and answer questions from those attending.

Press Release 1998-01 Open Meeting About Insurance License Testing

The Arizona Department of Insurance will hold a public meeting Thursday, May 7, 1998. Representatives from the Department, Insurance Testing Corporation (ITC), and the Kelley Insurance Center, Drake University, will provide trainers, managers and publishers with information concerning the testing program and candidate performance, as well as collect comments and answer questions from those attending.

97A-167-INS

MID-CONTINENT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY (NAIC 66001)

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