Arkansas passed the Small Employer Health Insurance Purchasing Group Act creating the HIPGs in 2001.
What does HIPG stand for?
HIPG stands for Health Insurance Purchasing Group
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1993, as part of his ambitious plan to guarantee coverage for all Americans, Clinton wanted to establish health insurance purchasing groups in every state.
Asking businesses to purchase coverage through health insurance purchasing groups or alliances" was perceived as unfair by 48% of Chicago respondents.
Using the state Health Insurance Purchasing Group legislation created in 2001, insurance is now offered to any chamber member, said Mike Stock, QualChoice's chief financial officer.
The Health Insurance Purchasing Group has been in place three years, he said, and no one has taken advantage of it.
Second, the Health Insurance Purchasing Group Act allows small employers to form purchasing pools in order to spread the risk and, theoretically, obtain lower insurance premiums than they could obtain on their own.
In this year's session of the Arkansas General Assembly, two bills emerged that were designed to bring some relief to small business: the Small Employer Health Insurance Purchasing Group Act of 2001 and the Arkansas Health Insurance Consumer Choice Act.
Second, the Health Insurance Purchasing Group Act (Act 925 of 2001), also sponsored by Smith and Biggs, allows small employers to form purchasing pools in order to spread the risk and, theoretically, obtain lower insurance premiums than they could obtain on their own.