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Pursuant to § 15-144 of the Insurance Article, Annotated Code of Maryland and COMAR 31.10.51, on or before March 1, 2022 and March 1, 2024, each carrier subject to this law must submit an analysis report and data report to the MIA for each of the five health benefit plans with the highest enrollment for each product offered by the carrier in the individual, small, and large group markets. The reports must be submitted using only the forms and associated instructions developed by the Commissioner and posted on the Administration’s website.  Reports should be submitted to the MIA via email at: mhpaea.mia@maryland.gov.

Final Template Reporting Forms, Instructions and Supplement for COMAR 31.10.51

While the deadline to file the first NQTL Analysis Reports and MHPAEA Data Reports with the MIA is March 1, 2022, the four Data Supplement forms are not required to be submitted until April 1, 2022.


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Surplus Lines Insurers

 

​Surplus lines insurers specialize in property or liability insurance in instances where it is unavailable from insurers licensed in the state. An insurer domiciled in a United States Jurisdiction that seeks approval as a surplus lines insurer must apply annually with the Maryland Insurance Administration to retain its authority. A list of eligible insurers may be found through the Company Search function.

Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, a surplus lines broker may place non-admitted insurance with, or procur non-admitted insurance from, a non-admitted insurer domiciled outside the United States (alien insurer) provided that the insurer is listed on the Quarterly Listing of alien insurers maintained by the International Insurers Department of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Select the alphabetical listing on the NAIC website https://i-site.naic.org/cgi-bin/statenet/publications_alpha_listing.htm then select Quarterly Listing of Alien Insurers to retrieve the most recent list.

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