Insurance Companies

Our insurance professionals can guide your organization to make smart, informed business decisions and find innovative financial solutions that can help drive growth and reduce risk.

Our professionals are deeply engaged with leading organizations such as the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), the Insurance Accounting and Systems Association (IASA), and America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), and we have participated on the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Insurance Expert Panel., The AM Best company’s Best’s Review named Moss Adams among the top 25 auditors in their rankings of top audit firms for life and health insurance companies.

Who We Serve

Our dedicated insurance practice works with a wide range of clients from billion dollar–member insurers to smaller groups including:

  • Captive insurance providers
  • Exclusive provider organizations
  • Malpractice and general liability providers
  • Property and casualty providers
  • Self-insured pools
  • Third-party administrators
  • Workers compensation providers


As CMS continues to promote alternative payment models and reward providers based on outcomes, value-based programs and reimbursement models are here to stay. This panel discusses success stories of providers and payers who have adopted value-based programs and are realizing success.

Split-dollar life insurance plans are becoming popular among health care organizations because they offer tax-advantaged retirement benefits and can qualify for loan accounting treatment. The catch? Loan treatment doesn’t always apply.

Understand how major health care stakeholders are becoming critical partners in the health care tech ecosystem and the value they perceive from tech innovations and investments.

Stolen data is extremely profitable. As cyberattacks become more prolific and publicized, it’s easy to conclude that the question becomes not if, but when information will be compromised. Moss Adams can help you stay one step ahead.

Risk is complicated. That’s why it’s important to set up controls that also include your third-party service providers. COSO provides a framework that can help you outline and implement a plan to identify, assess, respond, and monitor your risk.

Deficiencies can bring the audit or compliance process to a standstill and create tension among management, the audit committee, and external stakeholders. Fortunately, many of the most common deficiencies—we’ve identified 10—can be avoided.

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