Health Insurance Innovations Multistate Examination Concludes with No Penalty or Regulatory Action

Multistate Examination Settled

On December 12, 2018, Health Insurance Innovations, Inc. (the “Company”), together with its subsidiary Health Plan Intermediaries Holdings, LLC (“HPIH”), entered into a Regulatory Settlement Agreement (the “RSA”) with the lead state regulators in the Company’s previously disclosed multistate market conduct examination. As previously disclosed, in April 2016 the Company became the subject of a multistate market conduct examination that reviewed the Company’s sales, marketing, and administration practices (the “MCE”). The MCE was joined by 43 states, including Indiana (the “Participating Jurisdictions”). The MCE is led by the insurance regulators in Indiana, Florida, Kansas, Montana, and Utah (the “Lead States”), with the Indiana Department of Insurance serving as the managing Lead State.

As stated in the RSA, the Company denies any wrongdoing or activities that violate the insurance laws, and the RSA states that the RSA shall not be deemed or construed as evidence, or an admission, or acknowledgment by the Company of any wrongdoing or liability.

To read the settlement in full, click here.