SB 1824 – Oklahoma

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020

An Act relating to health insurance; creating the Oklahoma Right to Shop Act; defining terms; requiring Office of Management and Enterprise Services offered health benefit plans to establish certain program; requiring certain filing with Insurance Commissioner; requiring certain notice to employees; construing provision; requiring Commissioner to review filing for compliance; requiring notice of certain information; authorizing Commissioner to promulgate rules; requiring OMES to establish website and phone number for certain purpose; requiring certain information to be available to employees; construing provision; requiring OMES to allow employee to obtain certain out-of-network services; requiring employee to demonstrate certain application of payments; and requiring carrier to provide certain form; specifying that certain payments are not administrative expense; providing for codification; and providing an effective date.

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