The Health Insurance Commission at the Department of Health Regulatory Services of the Cayman Islands is undertaking a feasibility study for a Standard Health Insurance Contract (SHIC) for persons age 65 and older.
Starting next year, employers will have to include a certificate of compliance for health insurance when applying for or renewing work permits, including any temporary permits lasting longer than 30 days.
All employers are required to provide health insurance for employees, but starting Jan. 1, employers will be required, with a “Certificate of Compliance,” to prove that employees have or will have health coverage.
Cabinet announced Thursday that it would not increase the minimum fees that health insurance companies pay for procedures after fewer than 10 doctors responded to government requests for financial information. 17th January 2017, 1:01pm
After hearing the circumstances of an employer’s failure to maintain health insurance for two employees, Magistrate Philippa McFarlane said she was going to take the exceptional course of ordering no conviction to be entered against his name. 21st May 2015, 2:10pm
Leroy Mitchell Jr., who with his wife owned and operated Candles Unlimited, was fined $1,000 for unlawful deductions from an employee’s pay and failure to effect and continue health insurance coverage. 21st April 2015, 2:43pm
Caytech Electronics and its owner, Marcelo Franca, were fined $8,500 last week for failure to effect and continue a standard health insurance contract as required by the Health Insurance Law. 23rd March 2015, 11:30am
On 28 January 2015, the court fined local construction company owner Wendel Wendel CI$1,500.00 for failing to pay health insurance fees for himself and one of his employees in 2013. 26th February 2015, 2:00pm