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SCAHU August Membership Meeting – 2 Part Session - Legislative Update, 1 CE and Ethics 3 CE's

  • Wednesday, August 21, 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT

Please join us to hear an update on everything that has been going on in the State of Colorado with regard to Connect for Health, the Single Payer Stakeholder Meetings (HB19-1004), the Reinsurance Program and so much more!!!

The Ethics CE is a brand-new course and will be presented by Benefit Mall.

This is a two-part session. If you don’t need ethics CE’s you can come and just stay for the Legislative Update.

  • Cost: Legislative Update only - Members pay nothing if they register on the website, $10 at the door and for non-members $25. If you want to stay for both and earn 4 CEs, members pay $30 and non-members pay $60
  • Location: Kaiser Permanente,  1975 Research Parkway. Colorado Springs, CO 80920
  • Contact: [email protected]
Register Today



MDAHU September Event: Colorado Insurance Commissioner Michael Conway

  • Date: Sept. 11, 2019
  • Location: Bethany Lutheran
  • Time: 7:30am registration and breakfast, 8:00am start, ends at 9:00 am
  • Cost: Members - $5 ($10 at the door)  Non-members - $30 ($40 at the door)
  • APPROVED: For one CE credit

Please join us for a meeting with Insurance Commissioner Michael Conway to discuss current events and health care legislation in Colorado. 


About Michael Conway

Michael Conway was appointed as Colorado Insurance Commissioner by Governor Jared Polis on December 21, 2018, and was confirmed to this position by the Colorado State Senate on January 22, 2019. Prior to this, Conway served as interim Commissioner, a position he was appointed to by Governor Hickenlooper in January 2018. As Commissioner, Conway serves as the chief executive of the Division of Insurance and oversees the regulation of the insurance industry in Colorado. His role brings together consumers, the insurance industry and other stakeholders to create an inclusive, firm and fair regulatory approach to all lines of insurance such as auto, health, homeowner, life, property and casualty, title and workers’ compensation.

Prior to his appointment, Conway served as the Division of Insurance Deputy Commissioner for Consumer and Compliance Services since March 2016. In this time, he was instrumental in developing and guiding the Division’s strategies regarding health insurance during what was a tumultuous time for that industry in Colorado and the nation. He advised the previous Commissioner and the Governor’s staff regarding the possible implications of federal changes to the regulation of health insurance here in Colorado.

Conway’s duties also entailed appearing before state legislative committees to advocate for the Division’s positions regarding insurance and its regulation. He cultivated relationships with consumer groups and the insurance industry to create a regulatory environment that helped Colorado consumers but was a fair, level playing field for the industry. He also worked within the Division to establish objectives that provided for better protection of insurance consumers.

Before joining the Division, Conway was an assistant Attorney General for the Colorado State Attorney General’s Office from 2010 to 2016, where he represented the Division of Insurance in all facets of the regulation of the insurance industry including mergers and acquisitions of insurance companies, insurer rehabilitation/liquidation, and producer and company licensure litigation. He served three Commissioners of Insurance during that time. While in the Attorney General’s Office, he worked with the Colorado Attorney General Pro Bono Family Law Clinic, advising clients on matters of divorce and child custody.

Conway has also worked as an attorney for Colorado Legal Services, advocating for indigent clients regarding housing rights, homelessness prevention, evictions and subsidized housing.

With the exception of three years he spent in Miami for law school, Conway has called Colorado home for nearly 20 years since moving to the state to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder. 

Contact: [email protected]


Members-Only CSAHU Insurance Insider Covering All The Bases

Whether it's writing about Connect for Health Colorado, the State Option or Cease & Desist Orders, the members-only Insurance Insider is CSAHU members' ultimate source of Colorado health-insurance news. 

Not receiving the Insurance Insider? It's almost certainly because you're not a NAHU/CSAHU member. 

CSAHU encourages you to join today and see what others are missing!




MDAHU Legislative Roundtable Is This Wednesday - Register Today!

  • Where: Bethany Lutheran Church, 4500 East Hampden Avenue, Cherry Hills Village, Colorado 80113
  • When: 7:30 registration and breakfast, meeting from 8 - 9, Wednesday Aug. 14, 2019
  • Cost: $5 members ($10 at the door), $15 non members ($20 at the door)

Please join us to discuss the reinsurance program, recent rate filings, and how to discuss these changes with your clients. We will be discussing the recent changes and looking for your thoughts and feedback.

Register here


NCAHU August Meeting -- Ethics CE -- Is This Wednesday

  • Where: Ptarmigan Country Club, 5416 Vardon Way, Fort Collins, CO 80528
  • When: Wednesday, August 14, 2019 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM MDT
  • Cost: For NCAHU members: $35; For non-members: $50

Get your Ethics CE Credits for a steal of a deal - and breakfast too! BenefitMall is giving CE-qualified Ethics training. Mark it off your to-do list before Q4 madness takes over your life! (Must be present for all 3 hours) - - - Meeting, including breakfast, starts at 8:00am

Click here to register

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