Legislation


HB 5729 – Illinois

Status: In Process
Year Introduced: 2022
Link: https://www.ilga.gov/legislation/BillStatus.asp?DocNum=5729&GAID=16&DocTypeID=HB&SessionID=110&GA=102

Amends the Illinois Insurance Code. Adds provisions concerning market analysis and market conduct actions. Makes changes to provisions concerning market conduct and non-financial examinations, examination reports, insurance compliance self-evaluative privilege, confidentiality, fees and charges, examination, and fiduciary and bonding requirements. Amends the Network Adequacy and Transparency Act. Adds definitions. Establishes minimum ratios of providers to beneficiaries for network plans issued, delivered, amended, or renewed during 2023. Makes changes to provisions concerning network adequacy, notice of nonrenewal or termination, transition of services, network transparency, administration and enforcement, and provider requirements. Creates the Network Adequacy Advisory Council. Provides that the Council shall consider the standards required pursuant to the Act and any related rules and may recommend additional or alternative standards for determining whether a network plan is adequate. Contains provisions concerning the membership and responsibilities of the Council. Amends the Managed Care Reform and Patient Rights Act. Makes changes to provisions concerning notice of nonrenewal or termination and transition of services. Amends the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act to authorize the Department of Insurance to adopt emergency rules implementing federal standards for provider ratios, time and distance, or appointment wait times when such standards apply to health insurance coverage regulated by the Department of Insurance and are more stringent than the State standards extant at the time the final federal standards are published. Effective immediately.


Return to Database Search

© 2018-2019 The SLIHCQ DatabaseInitial funding for this project was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.

Associated Litigation:

No items found