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January 7, 2008
 
Print Version of All Articles in Jan. 7 ICI
Print out this file for all the text in the current issue....
 
Top NAIC Execs Will Earn $1.4 Million in 2008; ICI’s Annual Salary Survey Can Show How You Compare
Are you getting ready to discuss a pay raise with your boss? Then you might be interested in the salaries of the NAIC’s top five staff members with the highest annual compensation. Collectively, they’ll earn just shy of $1.4 million during 2008....
 
HealthMarkets, Part I: Multistate Exam Finds Widespread Compliance Problems in Agent Oversight, Claims, Complaints
In one of the most thorough market conduct exams in memory, 35 states and the District of Columbia have found widespread problems involving consumer disclosures, the oversight and training of agents, claims handling, and complaint handling practices at three companies in the HealthMarkets group of companies....
 
Group Has Ideas Insurers Can Use to ID Suspicious Prescription Drug Activity
Health insurers need to do more to be less of a source for prescription drug scams, warns an anti-fraud group is issuing to the industry in a major new white paper....
 
Coalition Finds Support for Its Objections to Toyota’s Ads
The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud has found support for its contention that the recent round of Toyota TV ads come a little too close to encouraging criminal activity. But the car company is dismissing those concerns....
 
Best Practice: Podcast Has Ideas for Dealing with Customers with Diminished Capacity
Insurance producers could learn a few lessons from a new podcast that has suggestions for dealing with customers at risk of diminished capacity and financial abuse....
 
Rules, Regs & Bulletins Jan. 7, 2008

A summary of recent regulatory developments and legislation....