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PIA Testifies at NAIC, Urges Background Checks for Navigators

PIA says people who work as navigators in health insurance exchanges should be subject to background checks in order to protect consumers...
April 10, 2013

PIA says people who work as navigators in health insurance exchanges should be subject to background checks in order to protect consumers. That point was made by David Eppstein, Esq. on April 7 during his testimony at the spring meeting of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) in Houston, Texas. PIA made its views known during a meeting of the NAIC Health Exchanges Subgroup chaired by Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen. PIA National continues to work with our affiliates in protecting agent and consumer interests, whether they are in states that choose to form a state based exchange, default to a federal exchange or form a partnership with the federal government.

Editor’s Note: Next week’s PIA National Newsline will feature a full report on the just-completed NAIC spring meetings.