August 31, 2023
A new source of state-level Accident and Health (A&H) insurance data was recently published and is now available in Mark Farrah Associates’ (MFA) Health Coverage Portal™. The A&H insurance market is expansive, with a variety of health and medical products available to consumers, employers, and government agencies. Insurers across the country submitted the revised Accident and Health Policy Experience Exhibit (AHPEE) on April 1, 2023, as part of the 2022 National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) annual financial statements. The new AHPEE contains premiums, claims, lives, member months, and number of policies for multiple health insurance segments. Historically, this information was only available based on the domicile of the insurer. In 2021, the AHPEE was modified to provide state insurance regulators with additional data and improve consistency across the annual financial statements. In 2022, all types of insurers  were required to report data at the state level, based on the location of the contract. MFA has categorized this newly available AHPEE data and presents key findings from its analysis.
About the Data
The data used in this analysis brief was obtained from Mark Farrah Associates' Health Coverage Portal™ database and sourced from health insurance companies reporting through the NAIC (National Association of Insurance Commissioners) via the Accident and Health Policy Experience Exhibit (AHPEE). This analysis excludes a small number of plans that have not yet filed 2022 Annual data. Mark Farrah Associates' Health Coverage Portal™, A&H Policy Experience Exhibit by State table presents summary level data including premiums, claims, lives, member months, and number of policies for multiple health insurance segments, as mentioned above. This table does not include data for plans regulated by the California Department of Managed Health Care and not all health insurers are required to file with the state insurance departments. This table presents data for NAIC plans licensed as Fraternal, Life, Property, & Health. MFA’s A&H tables exclude non-health related segments, such as life, property, or flood policies. In 2021, the Accident and Health Policy Experience Exhibit (AHPEE) was modified to provide state insurance regulators with additional data and improve consistency across the annual financial statements. The AHPEEs prior to 2022 are available but not compatible with the current year.
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 From NAIC’s 2022 Accident and Health Policy Experience Report.
 Types of insurers include Health; Life, Accident & Health; Fraternal; and Property & Casualty type entities.
 Lives covered is also referred to as enrollment or members; an individual can, and often does, have more than one type of policy.
 For Administrative Services Only and Administrative Services Contract segments only lives, member months, and number of policies are available in the A&H data. In graphic, the PMPM calculations are for other Credit and Stop Loss segments only.