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Rules

(Insurance Rules are used to supplement the Utah Insurance Code.)

Rules Being Proposed, Changed or Repealed

Your written comments are encouraged. Please direct your comments to Steve Gooch by email: sgooch@utah.gov; FAX 801-538-3829; or mail: State Office Building, Room 3110, Salt Lake City, UT 84114.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals desiring to attend a hearing listed below, who need special accommodations during the hearing (including auxiliary communicative aids and services), should notify us as directed above.

If no hearing is scheduled on a rule listed below, the department will schedule one if they receive requests by mail, email or fax from 10 or more individuals or an organization composed of 10 or more members.

  • New R590-247, Universal Health Insurance Application Rule. Filing Form.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments will be accepted until 5-31-2016. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 6-7-2016.
  • New R590-272, Commission Compensation Reporting. Filing Form.
    This is a change to a proposed rule. Comments will be accepted until 5-31-2016. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 6-7-2016.
  • R590-266, Utah Essential Health Benefits Package. Filing Form.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments will be accepted until 5-16-2016. Hearing scheduled for 11:00am April 20 at State Office Building Room 3110E, Salt Lake City, UT 84114. Earliest possible effective date is 5-23-2016.
  • R590-262, Health Data Authority Health Insurance Claims Reporting. Filing Form.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments will be accepted until 5-16-2016. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 5-23-2016.
  • R590-102, Insurance Department Fee Payment Rule. Filing Form.
    This is an amendment to an existing rule. Comments will be accepted until 5-16-2016. No hearing is scheduled. Earliest possible effective date is 5-23-2016.


Rules Completing the Rulemaking Process