A 3527 (see companion bill S 1108) – New JerseyStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020
Prohibits anti-tiering clauses in managed care health benefits plans. This bill, which amends the “Health Care Quality Act,” provides that a contract between a participating health care provider and a carrier which offers a managed care plan shall not contain any provision, commonly referred to as an “anti-tiering clause,” that prohibits or limits a carrier’s right to use a tiered-network plan in which health care providers are tiered and cost sharing for covered persons is determined by the tier placement of the provider. The bill provides that any such provision in a contract shall be null and void.
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