HB 4433 – IllinoisStatus: Enacted
Year Introduced: 2022
Amends the Managed Care Reform and Patient Rights Act. In provisions concerning a requirement that a health care plan shall apply any third-party payments, financial assistance, discount, product vouchers, or any other reduction in out-of-pocket expenses made by or on behalf of an insured for prescription drugs toward a covered individual’s deductible, copay, cost-sharing responsibility, or out-of-pocket maximum associated with the individual’s health insurance, provides that if application of that requirement would result in ineligibility of a health savings account under federal law, the requirement applies to health savings account-qualified high deductible health plans with respect to the deductible of a plan after the enrollee has satisfied a specified minimum deductible, except with respect to specified items or services, in which case the requirement applies regardless of whether the minimum deductible has been satisfied. Effective immediately.
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