I am sitting in the Delta Sky Club in Portland, OR after a great LHCA meeting here. I have had really positive experiences at LHCA meetings and some that are not so great. The meetings tend to be small, which is a great thing if the people there are excited to both ask questions and share information. This was one of those. The meetings that are not as good are the ones where the people in attendance don’t get up to the mic and share. If there are only a couple of people answering all the questions and many questions with minimal input, it is hard to feel great about the time spent. This meeting was the kind that makes it more than worthwhile to be there. In our office we have some new staff that are really talented and excited about the work and I see that we are not alone- the new attendees at this LHCA meeting shared that excitement and passion for the work we do. I am going home upbeat and invigorated to keep doing the work!
I presented on NY’s Reg 187 as it relates to life insurance. There were fabulous questions and comments about how the various company’s implementation efforts are going. I got great feedback on the presentation and that is always nice to hear. The slides are being made available to LHCA attendees and are posted in our Standard of Care Center for members’ reference.
My next presentation on Reg 187 will be at AICP’s E-day in Springfield, MA on June 12. That one will focus on the intersections and conflicts between Reg 187, Reg 210 and Reg 60. I am sure that, too, will be a lively discussion and I am really looking forward to it. I hope to see you there. Of course, that deck will also be available for members at education.currincompliance.com in the Standard of Care Center.