HB 1087 (see companion bill SB 726) – FloridaStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2022
Prohibits Medicaid managed care plans from using providers who provide services exclusively through telehealth to achieve network adequacy; prohibits certain health insurer & HMOs from denying coverage for covered services provided through telehealth; prohibits health insurers & HMOs from excluding covered services provided through telehealth from coverage; provides reimbursement requirements & cost-sharing limitations for health insurers & HMOs relating to telehealth services; prohibits health insurers & HMOs from requiring insureds & subscribers to receive services through telehealth; authorizes health insurers & HMOs to conduct utilization reviews; authorizes health insurers & HMOs to limit telehealth services to certain providers; removes requirements for contracts between certain health insurers or HMOs & telehealth providers; requires certain small employer benefit plans to comply with certain requirements for reimbursement of telehealth services.
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