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A 3148 – New York
Introduced: 2023    Status: In Process    
Prohibits an insurer or health maintenance organization from including certain requirements in insurance contracts, including all or nothing, anti-tiering/anti-steering, and most favored nation clauses.

A 3659 (see companion bill S 1007) – New York
Introduced: 2021    Status: In Process    
Prohibits an insurer or health maintenance organization from including certain requirements in insurance contracts. The legislation would ban anti-competitive hospital contracting practices that create higher health care prices for consumers and employers. Section one amends …

A 8169 (see companion bill S 7199) – New York
Introduced: 2021    Status: In Process    
Prohibits certain provisions in insurance and HMO contracts that requires the insurer to include within the scope of the contract all covered groups of the insurer for access to the insurer’s network of participating providers …

AB 1091 – California
Introduced: 2023    Status: In Process    
Health Care Consolidation and Contracting Fairness Act of 2023. This bill, the Health Care Consolidation and Contracting Fairness Act of 2023, would prohibit a contract issued, amended, or renewed on or after January 1, 2024, …

AB 2080 – California
Introduced: 2022    Status: Inactive / Dead    
This bill, the Health Care Consolidation and Contracting Fairness Act of 2022, would prohibit a contract issued, amended, or renewed on or after January 1, 2023, between a health care service plan or health insurer …

AB 47 – Nevada
Introduced: 2021    Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2021
AN ACT relating to unfair trade practices; requiring certain notice be provided to the Attorney General before the consummation of certain mergers and acquisitions; making it unlawful to enter into certain agreements which restrain a …

H 1081 – Massachusetts
Introduced: 2021    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Relative to select or tiered network health care insurance plans. Financial Services. To increase limited and tiered network enrollment

HB 1004 – Indiana
Introduced: 2023    Status: Enacted    
Establishes the health care cost oversight task force and sets forth duties of the task force. Provides a credit against state tax liability to certain physicians who have an ownership interest in a physician practice …

HB 1117 – Indiana
Introduced: 2022    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Health provider contracts. Makes various changes to the provisions that are prohibited in a health provider contract, including most favored nation, all or nothing, and anti-tiering/anti-steering clauses. Allows the insurance commissioner to grant a waiver …

HB 1203 (see companion bill SB 2775) – Mississippi
Introduced: 2021    Status: Inactive / Dead    
An Act To Create New Sections 83-9-401 Through 83-9-415, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Enact The Healthcare Contracting Simplification Act; To Provide Definitions For The Act; To Prohibit The All-products Clause; To Prohibit The Most …

HB 1264 – Colorado
Introduced: 2020    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Health Care Contract Hospital System Carriers Providers: Concerning prohibitions on health care contract provisions that limit competition. The bill prohibits a health system from requiring a carrier, as a condition of a contract for the …

HB 1379 (see companion bill SB 5393) – Washington
Introduced: 2023    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Addressing affordability through health care provider contracting. Bans all-or-nothing clause, antisteering, and antitiering clause in provider contractors issued or renewed after January 1, 2024 except in certain circumstances

HB 1421 – Indiana
Introduced: 2021    Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2021
Provides that the state employee health plan statute does not prohibit the state personnel department from directly contracting with health care providers for health care services for state employees. Defines “health carrier” for purposes of …

HB 1741 – Washington
Introduced: 2022    Status: Inactive / Dead    
Addressing affordability through health care provider contracting. The legislature intends to prohibit the use of certain contractual provisions often used by providers, hospitals, health systems, and carriers with significant market power, including most favored nation, …

HB 6620 – Connecticut
Introduced: 2023    Status: Inactive / Dead    
To exclude the following in contracts between health carriers and health care providers: (1) All-or-nothing clauses; (2) anti-steering clauses; (3) anti-tiering clauses; (4) gag clauses; and (5) most-favored health carrier or health plan administrator clauses.

HB 6669 – Connecticut
Introduced: 2023    Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2023
An Act Protecting Patients And Prohibiting Unnecessary Health Care Costs. Prohibits all-or-nothing clauses, anti-steering clauses, anti-tiering clauses, and gag clauses in contracts entered or renewed by a health care provider, carrier, or plan administrator. Requires …

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