HB 446 – OhioStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2021
The bill creates the Ohio Health Care Plan, which is charged with providing universal and affordable health care coverage to all Ohio residents, consisting of a comprehensive benefit package that includes benefits for prescription drugs, while simultaneously working to: control health care costs; control health care spending; achieve measurable improvement in health care outcomes; increase all parties’ satisfaction with the health care system; implement policies that strengthen and improve culturally and linguistically sensitive care; and develop an integrated health care database to support health care planning.
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