SB 367 – Kentucky

Status: In Process
Year Introduced: 2024

This bill establishes the Kentucky all-payer claims database, a system that aggregates data from all health insurance payers in the state. The proposed database aims to improve population health initiatives, state health care planning, research in health care cost, quality and accessibility, and the effectiveness of health care programs and services. It also seeks to support the development of quality improvement initiatives. The bill outlines specifications for the database’s implementation, operation, and maintenance, which will be overseen by the executive director of the Office of Data Analytics. The bill also establishes an advisory council responsible for making recommendations to the director regarding the database. The bill requires state-regulated health payers to report to the database and enforces reporting requirements through the commissioner of insurance. The bill specifies how collected funds will be allocated, and includes an appropriation related to the implementation of the database.

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