S 400 – South CarolinaStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2017
To enact the “South Carolina Right to Shop for Health Care Act” providing that a health care provider must disclose the allowed amount of a non-emergency admission, procedure, or service within a certain time frame; to require an insurance carrier to establish access to an interactive mechanism on its publicly accessible website to allow an enrollee to obtain certain information; to providing that a carrier must provide a good faith estimate of the allowed amount and out of pocket costs of a proposed non-emergency procedure or service upon request; all health insurance carriers shall offer shared savings incentive programs as components of all health insurance plans, subject to certain exceptions, to require carriers to annually e reports of certain related information to the Department
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