Legislation


AB 1016 (see companion bill SB 842) – Wisconsin

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2018
Link: http://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2017/proposals/reg/asm/bill/ab1016

This bill requires the commissioner of insurance to determine sufficiency of the network of providers of a defined network plan or preferred provider plan. Defined network plans and preferred provider plans are types of managed care organizations that provide health care benefits to their enrollees. The bill allows the commissioner to require a plan to make accommodations for enrollees to obtain covered services if the plan’s network is not sufficient. The bill also specifies factors that the commissioner is allowed to consider when considering whether a plan’s network is sufficient.

Key Issues: HEALTHCARE MARKETS

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