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Highmark, Aetna Request Substantial Health Insurance Rate Increases for 2017

Highmark, Aetna Request Substantial Health Insurance Rate Increases for 2017 Commissioner Stewart Announces Public Information Sessions Dover, DE – Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that she has received rate request filings from Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware, Aetna, Inc. and Aetna Life for individual and small group plans to be offered on […]




Commissioner Stewart Joins Fellow Regulators in DC Meeting with Members of Congress

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and fellow members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) were in Washington, D.C. this week to discuss insurance issues with members of Congress.




Commissioner Stewart Fines Insurers More Than $83,000 for Market Misconduct

DOI Will Publish Names of Companies Who Violate State Insurance Regulations ​Dover, DE – The Delaware Department of Insurance now publishes fines imposed by Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart against insurance companies who violate state insurance regulations. Commissioner Stewart fined the following companies a total of $83,300 during the first quarter of 2016: Name     […]




Retirement Planning for All Ages: Commissioner Stewart Supports National Retirement Planning Week

National Retirement Planning Week runs from April 11 to 15, and Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart joins with the National Retirement Planning Coalition to recommend that Delawareans of all ages take time to review their existing retirement strategy, or to formulate a plan if they don’t already have one.




Former Coventry Insurance Policyholders Entitled to Unclaimed Funds

Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that the Insurance Department has confirmed with Aetna that unclaimed funds letters are legitimate and have been sent to more than 1,900 former members of Coventry, who was acquired by Aetna in 2013.







 Pages Tagged With: "Karen Weldin Stewart"

Highmark, Aetna Request Substantial Health Insurance Rate Increases for 2017

Highmark, Aetna Request Substantial Health Insurance Rate Increases for 2017 Commissioner Stewart Announces Public Information Sessions Dover, DE – Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that she has received rate request filings from Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware, Aetna, Inc. and Aetna Life for individual and small group plans to be offered on […]




Commissioner Stewart Joins Fellow Regulators in DC Meeting with Members of Congress

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and fellow members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) were in Washington, D.C. this week to discuss insurance issues with members of Congress.




Commissioner Stewart Fines Insurers More Than $83,000 for Market Misconduct

DOI Will Publish Names of Companies Who Violate State Insurance Regulations ​Dover, DE – The Delaware Department of Insurance now publishes fines imposed by Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart against insurance companies who violate state insurance regulations. Commissioner Stewart fined the following companies a total of $83,300 during the first quarter of 2016: Name     […]




Retirement Planning for All Ages: Commissioner Stewart Supports National Retirement Planning Week

National Retirement Planning Week runs from April 11 to 15, and Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart joins with the National Retirement Planning Coalition to recommend that Delawareans of all ages take time to review their existing retirement strategy, or to formulate a plan if they don’t already have one.




Former Coventry Insurance Policyholders Entitled to Unclaimed Funds

Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that the Insurance Department has confirmed with Aetna that unclaimed funds letters are legitimate and have been sent to more than 1,900 former members of Coventry, who was acquired by Aetna in 2013.