HB 336 – Utah

Status: Enacted
Year Introduced: 2017
Link: http://le.utah.gov/~2017/bills/static/HB0336.html

This bill merges the regulation of health insurance plans that are offered by managed care organizations into a managed care organization chapter of the Insurance Code;
amends the duties of the Office of Consumer Health Services within the Governor’s Office of Economic Development to require the office to wind down the small employer health insurance exchange known as Avenue H, by January 1, 2018; removes health plan transparency reporting requirements for plans offered on the small employer health insurance exchange; repeals the defined contribution arrangements and the individual and small employer risk adjustment, which are part of the small employer health insurance exchange, effective July 1, 2019; reauthorizes the Health Reform Task Force for two years; establishes the duties of the task force.

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