HB 2237 – OklahomaStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2018
AN ACT RELATING TO EMPLOYEE INSURANCE BENEFITS: HB 2237 removes a requirement that the Oklahoma Employees Insurance and Benefits Board contract with and offer HMO plans. The board would instead contract with one or more third party vendors to offer alternative medical plans, which may include but not are limited to HMOs. The measure also includes cleanup language related to the name of the board and the Oklahoma Employees Insurance and Benefits Act.
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