The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has formed an Innovation and Technology task force, geared toward increasing the regulatory know-how of carriers’ insurtech strategies.

Members will work to keep state regulators up to date on new products and services from startup companies and established insurance industry players, the NAIC said. Michigan Insurance Director Patrick McPharlin and Oregon Insurance Commissioner Laura Robison will lead the task force as chair and vice-chair, respectively.

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