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Rate Review Grants


The Health Insurance Rate Review Division (HIRRD) of the Arkansas Insurance Department (AID) was created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to protect consumers and employers from unreasonable health insurance premium rate increases.

HIRRD is federally funded through U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grants Since 2010, DHHS has awarded AID $9,187,892 million in grant funding. These grant funds are being used to expand and enhance Arkansas’ process for rate review and to bring greater transparency and openness to the premium rate review process while directly involving the consumer. These steps will provide Arkansas consumers who buy insurance with greater value for their premium dollar.


U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Grants and Rate Review Program

Arkansas Rate Review Grants:

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Cycle IV:

ALL PAYER CLAIMS DATABASE (APCD):


AON Hewitt Reports:

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For complaints or questions regarding health insurance premium rates, contact the Consumer Services Division at 800-852-5494 OR 501-371-2640