The purpose of the Financial Solvency Standards Board (FSSB) is to
advise the director on matters of financial solvency that affect the
delivery of health care services and to develop and recommend financial
solvency requirements and standards relating to plan operations,
plan-affiliate operations and transactions, plan-provider contractual
relationships, and provider-affiliate operations and transactions.
Additionally, the Board periodically monitors and reports on the
implementation and results of the financial solvency requirements and
standards and reviews proposed regulation changes.
The FSSB is comprised of 8 members:
The members may be, but are not necessarily limited to, individuals with training and experience in subject areas or fields such as medical and health care, economics, accountancy, actuarial studies, investment banking, and management and administration in integrated and affiliated health care delivery systems.
See Membership Roster for more information regarding the appointments to the FSSB.
FSSB member biographies
Risk-Bearing Organization Financial Reporting Results
Future Meeting Dates- Revised 4/21/14
* The views and content expressed in documents by presenters to the Department of Managed Health Care should not be interpreted as an endorsement by the Department.
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