S 1944 – New JerseyStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020
Requires carriers to disclose selection standards for placement of health care providers in tiered health benefits plan network; establishes oversight monitor to review compliance. This bill supplements the “Health Care Quality Act” to require health insurance carriers to disclose selection standards for placement of health care providers in tiered health benefits plan networks and provides for the appointment of an oversight monitor to review compliance with the bill’s requirements. With respect to those various selection standards and other data, the bill provides guidelines and details as to how those standards and data shall be calculated. For the purposes of the bill, “tiered network” means a managed care plan provider network with more than one level or tier of in-network benefits, based on different levels of reimbursement and cost sharing accepted by the health care providers in that network.
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