New scrutiny for health insurance rates in new year.

Health and Human Services is going to be cracking down on health insurance rate increases starting in 2011.

So insurance companies should make it their new year’s resolution to check over all of their costs in order to make the grade and get onto the health insurance exchange lists that HHS will soon be creating.

Our HIPAA complaint facility is already delivering good value for money for the insurance industry so let’s chat and find out how we can best support your processes.


While the scrutiny of the Obama administration is over, Trump’s reluctance to commit to CSR payments adds uncertainty to the insurance market. So it’s best to hold off from major investments for now and instead contact us to handle your short-term needs.

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