Long-Term Care Hearing to be Held March 6, 2017

Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr. will conduct a public briefing to advise interested parties of potential policy changes regarding consumer protections for long-term care insurance.
The hearing will be held at the following time and location:
Monday, March 6, 2017
1 P.M. to 4 P.M.
Maryland Department of Agriculture
Rooms 112 and 114
50 Harry S. Truman Pkwy
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Click HERE for the Public Agenda.

For those individuals who are unable to attend, the Administration will be live streaming the hearing via Facebook Live on the Administration’s Facebook page and will also provide a conference call dial-in. See the information below:
Live-streaming of the hearing via on the Maryland Insurance Administration’s Facebook page:
People with disabilities may request additional assistance in accessing the hearing. Requests should be submitted in writing to Nancy Muehlberger at nancy.muehlberger@maryland.gov.
Conference Call Line:
Number: 866-247-6034
Code: 1573490062
If you plan on attending, please RSVP to Nancy Muehlberger.  Interested parties are also encouraged to submit written comments.  Written comments and RSVPs should be sent to Nancy Muehlberger by March 1, 2017, either by email to longtermcare.mia@maryland.gov or by mail to 200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700, Baltimore, Md. 21202 or by fax to 410-468-2038.
Questions regarding this hearing should be directed to Nancy Muehlberger by phone to 410-468-2050, or by e-mail to nancy.muehlberger@maryland.gov.
Complaints regarding individual policy premium rates, premium increases or particular policy provisions should be directed to the Consumer Complaints Unit.  Please call 410-468-2244 or visit the following website for more information on how to file a complaint: http://insurance.maryland.gov/Consumer/pages/FileAComplaint.aspx

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