The Renaissance Health Services Corporation family is comprised of companies that focus on affordable health care benefits, employee benefit and claim management services, and access cards to reduce health care costs for groups and individuals. RHSC companies date back to 1957 and have offices in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Mexico, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, and Tennessee. Collectively, RHSC companies provide coverage for nearly 8 million people and in 2010 exceeded $2 billion in dental claims. www.RenaissanceFamily.com or www.RenaissanceDental.com.
Basic Purpose: To research, prepare and submit various regulatory filings as necessary to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and other requirements for the Renaissance family of companies.
1.Researches, prepares and submits to insurance departments, all types of form and rate filings for both group and individual products.
2.Researches, prepares and submits to insurance departments for review and approval, all types of network, advertising and other miscellaneous compliance filings.
3.Researches compliance issues as they impact forms, operations and other functional areas of the companies and creates and maintains database of legal and compliance laws and regulations that impact the companies.
4.Communicates with multiple state insurance department officials regarding statutes and regulations; receives, directs and responds to correspondence related to filings and secures approval of filings in a timely fashion. Provides timely and frequent communication to affected internal business departments on status of filings in progress.
5.Provides lateral support to other members of the department, including developing and making recommendations on contract language and providing guidance on the preparation and submission of filings via SERFF or other industry portals.
6.Implements projects, coordinates objectives, monitors task completion, and makes recommendations to resolve or advance regulatory issues and/or compliance filings.
7.Assists Renaissance sales administration and the Delta Dental Plan Association (?DDPA?) in coordinating implementation of new product offerings.
8.Assists and provides backup in monitoring state regulatory, legislative and political developments, analyzing potential impact on the enterprise and preparing recommended responses.
Position requires a Bachelor's degree in business administration or a related field and three years of legal or compliance experience, preferably in the life & health insurance industry, with a focus on rate and form filings. Will accept any suitable combination of education, training or experience.
Position requires knowledge of legal research tools, such as NILS and Westlaw; knowledge of National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) rules and regulations and System for Electronic Rate and Form Filing (SERFF), as well as experience dealing with departments of insurance, preferred; excellent interpersonal skills; effective verbal and written communication skills; attention to detail; ability to multitask, work under deadlines and change priorities on short notice.
Delta Dental of Michigan with its affiliates in Indiana, Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, and Tennessee, make up one of the largest dental plan administrators in the nation. In 2011, the enterprise paid out $2.2 billion for dental care for 8.6 million enrollees.
The Delta Dental plans are members of the Delta Dental Plans Association, a nationwide system of independently operated dental health service plans. Together, the plans provide coverage to more than 56 million Americans and operate the nation’s largest network of participating dentists.