Health Care Sharing Plans or Arrangements submissions will soon be available to download from this webpage. Once submissions are deemed complete all non confidential information will be shared on this webpage for public access.
Health Care Sharing Plans or Arrangements Reporting Requirements
House Bill 22-1269 (HB22-1269) was signed by the Governor on June 8, 2022. The law requires all health care sharing associations offering, or that intend to offer, plans or arrangements to facilitate payment or reimbursement of health-care costs or services for residents of Colorado to provide the Division with the data by October 1, 2022 and by March 1 of each year thereafter.
Noncompliance may result in the imposition of any of the sanctions made available in the Colorado statutes pertaining to the business of insurance, or other laws, which include the imposition of civil penalties, issuance of cease and desist orders, subject to the requirements of due process.
The Division of Insurance created a data reporting template for all applicable health care sharing associations operating in Colorado to use in fulfilling the data reporting requirements of House Bill 22-1269.
Data Submision Deadlines:
- December 15, 2022
- March 1, 2023
- March 1 of each year there after
Submissions and questions about the data submission process should be directed to Leilani Russell (Leilani.Russell@state.co.us)
Colorado consumers who have questions or comlaints should contact the Division of Insurance’s Consumer Services team. The Consumer Services team is available to answer questions or respond to complaints via phone calls and/or our consumer portal. More information about filing a complaint can be found on the Division's website, emailing DORA_Insurance@state.co.us, or calling 303-894-7490 (within the Denver Metro area) or 800-930-3745 (outside the Denver Metro area).
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The Division of Insurance held a virtual public meeting on Monday, August 8, 2022, via webinar to hear comments, concerns, and questions on the Division’s draft emergency regulation to collect data from Health Care Sharing Ministries and Associations per House Bill 22-1269 (HB22-1269).
The Division held a second virtual public stakeholder meeting on October 4, 2022 to hear and discuss feedback on the updated draft emergency regulation and updated template. At this meeting the Division reviewed the amended timeline to collect 2021 data from Health Care Sharing Plans or Arrangements.