Vorys (Ohio/Texas): Ohio Department of Insurance Issues FAQs Regarding Bulletin 2020-03 Health Insurance Coverage Flexibility for Ohio Employees

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s declaration of a state of emergency in Ohio (See Executive Order 2020-01D), the Ohio Superintendent of Insurance (the Superintendent) issued Bulletin 2020-03(Also see Vorys March 25, 2020 Client Alert Regarding Bulletin 2020-03) that ordered and directed all health plan issuers, including insurance companies, stop loss insurers, health insuring corporations, Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements (MEWAs), non-federal governmental health plans, and other entities transacting the business of insurance in Ohio, or that are subject to the jurisdiction of the Superintendent (collectively Insurers), to comply with certain Employee Eligibility, Grace Period, Continuation of Coverage and Special Enrollment requirements during the state of emergency. Based upon questions the Superintendent received regarding Bulletin 2020-03, the Superintendent has issued the following FAQs.

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