SF 4188 (see companion bill HF 4094) – Minnesota

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2022
Link: https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bills/bill.php?f=SF4188&y=2022&ssn=0&b=senate

(a) To provide the legislature with information needed to meet the evolving health care needs of Minnesotans, the commissioner shall report to the legislature by February 15, 2023, on the volume and distribution of health care spending across payment models in use by health plan companies and third-party administrators, with a particular focus on value-based care models and primary care spending. (b) The report must include health plan company and third-party-specific estimates on health care spending for claims-based payments and non-claims-based payments for the most recent available year, reported separately for Minnesotans enrolled in Minnesota health care programs, Medicare Advantage, and commercial health insurance. The report must also include recommendations on changes needed to gather better data from health plan companies and third-party administrators on the use of value-based payments that pays for value over volume of services provided, that promotes the health of all Minnesotans, that reduces health disparities, and that supports the provision of primary care services and preventive services.

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