Medical Utilization Review

The Maine Bureau of Insurance provides on this page all of the information necessary to license a Medical Utilization Review entity. Contact Us if you have questions or are unable to find what you are looking for.

Important Notice:  Starting 2024, ALL Renewal and New Applications for a Medical Utilization Review license must be submitted via EMAIL ONLY.  Paper submissions will no longer be accepted as we are transitioning to an online process in the very near future.

Application Information


Update License Information

MUR entities may now update the following license information on our Webpage by clicking on the following link:  ALMSOnline

  • Update license information - Change your license information including your contact information, affiliations, responsible individual, Service of Process contact, and other company contacts as applicable.
  • General information Submittal - Select this option to upload information relating to changes in officers/owners, etc.
  • Request a copy of my license - Individuals and Business Entities Only Select this option to retrieve a copy of your license.

Please make sure your contact information is up to date in order to receive timely notifications for renewals.

If you have any question, please contact Violet Hyatt at 

Renewal Information

Maine's Utilization Review licenses are continuous, meaning the license renews annually every April 1st. Renewal notices go out prior to April 1st asking if the UR wishes to renew its license in Maine for the coming year. The UR must return this notice with a check for $100 and a certification reporting any changes since the effective data of the entity's current license and/or the prior year's filing to continue its license for another year. We also request that the UR submit a copy of its most recent application for the completeness of our records. If the UR wishes to terminate their Maine license, just return the notice and request termination.

Annual Evaluation Information Reporting Form

Requesting Confidential Treatment of Documents

Statutory Requirements

The documents on this page are also available in hard copy by contacting the Bureau.