The annual Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) fraud conference provides an opportunity for insurance company investigators (SIUs), law enforcement officials, and criminal prosecutors to learn new investigative techniques, fraud schemes, changes in laws, and challenges related to court proceedings. The conference also affords a tremendous ability to network and develop new professional relationships.Register for the 16th Annual Fraud Conference
Laws passed by the 83rd Texas Legislature made changes impacting the insurance industry. Join us at the 2014 Compliance Conference, hosted by TDI, to learn how these changes impact you. From rate filings to agent licensing and regulation, the one-day event will cover important topics that impact both property and casualty and life and health insurance and will feature an esteemed panel of insurance experts.
With changes in the health insurance market in Texas, there may be more opportunities for the theft of personal information, identity, and money.Be Careful When Buying Health Insurance
Starting on April 1, 2014, all health care providers that participate in the Texas Workers’ Compensation system must be prepared to bill paper claims on the revised CMS-1500 Claim Form (version 02/12). Texas Workers’ Compensation insurance carriers and their agents must also be prepared to receive and process the new CMS-1500 (version 02/12).Adoption: Amend 28 TAC §133.10 Regarding Health Care Provider Billing Procedures