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Workers Compensation Fraud/sites/Insurance/WC-Fraud/Pages/default.aspxWorkers Compensation FraudWorkers’ Comp Fraud costs Illinois taxpayers millions of dollars each year. If you suspect someone may be committing workers’ comp fraud, contact IDOI to investigate.
Get Covered Illinois/sites/getcovered/Pages/default.aspxGet Covered IllinoisGet covered, stay covered and stay healthy with Get Covered Illinois. Get Covered Illinois (GCI) is the official ACA Health Insurance Marketplace for the state of Illinois, helping you shop for health insurance to fit your needs and budget. GCI is a division of the Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI).
Office of Consumer Health Insurance (OCHI)/sites/Insurance/Consumers/ConsumerInsurance/Health/Pages/health.aspxOffice of Consumer Health Insurance (OCHI)Office of Consumer Health Insurance (OCHI) OCHI can answer questions about your current health insurance plan, explain policies and policyholder rights, provide guidance on how to file appeals and complaints, and provide resources through the “Uninsured Ombudsman Program.”


  • IDOI Applauds New Legislation to Improve Protections for Health Insurance Consumers

    March 24, 2022 – In an effort to improve consumer protections in health care and hold health insurance companies accountable, the Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI) worked closely with Representative Sue Scherer and Senator Doris Turner on legislation to further enhance consumer protections within the state’s Network Adequacy Transparency Act (NATA). The landmark law ensures consumers have access to a network of health insurance providers that meets proper time and distance standards. HB5729

  • Governor Pritzker Announces $339,000 Fine for Blue Cross Blue Shield for Failing to Submit Required Information After Terminating Springfield Clinic Contract

    March 21, 2022 – For the first time ever, the Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI) announced today fines totaling $339,000 for Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), the parent company of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, for violating the material change notice requirement in the state’s Network Adequacy and Transparency Act. Network adequacy filings are an important tool to help ensure that consumers have access to a network of providers that meets proper time and distance standards. This is critical to ensuring that patients have access to care that they need.

  • IDOI Releases Final Numbers Showing 32,000 More Illinoisans Signed Up During the 2022 Open Enrollment Period on the ACA Health Insurance Marketplace Compared to Last Year

    February 1, 2022 – Final federal numbers show that a total of 323,427 Illinoisans selected health plans on the ACA (Affordable Care Act) Health Insurance Marketplace during the Open Enrollment Period and 12,938 selected their plans during the last month of enrollment. IDOI Acting Director Dana Popish Severinghaus said Illinoisans were also encouraged by the reduced health insurance premiums available under the American Rescue Plan. “Our ad campaign and outreach promoted the benefits of buying quality health insurance on the ACA Marketplace, made even more affordable with the ARP,” said Popish Severinghaus. “We worked hard to get the word out about the extended deadline and the additional tax credits for qualifying consumers who bought health plans directly through the ACA Marketplace.”