LB 886 – Nebraska

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020

Prohibit certain acts by health insurers and network providers and list a deceptive trade practice. LB 886 would prohibit facilities providing health care services from advertising or holding itself out as being a network provider or accepting any health insurer unless the facility is a network provider of a health insurance plan. Additionally, the bill would prohibit any such facility from placing the name or logo of a health insurer in any signage or marketing
materials if the facility is not a network provider. Violation of the provisions of LB 886 would be considered a deceptive trade practice under the Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act and would make a contract entered into between a
facility and a person covered by a health insurer voidable.

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