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Obama Administration Proposes Sweeping New Health Plan Rules

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The Obama administration issued sweeping new proposed rules late Friday affecting provider networks in insurance exchange plans, consumer access to quality information about plans, selection of plans in the small business exchanges, state rules on enrollment navigators, and reinsurance and medical loss ratios for insurers.

The Obama administration issued sweeping new proposed rules (PDF) late Friday affecting provider networks in insurance exchange plans, consumer access to quality information about plans, selection of plans in the small business exchanges, state rules on enrollment navigators, and reinsurance and medical loss ratios for insurers.

The CMS and HHS said the proposed rules and draft standardized notices that issuers would be required to use when renewing or discontinuing plans will help to ensure consumers understand the changes and choices in the individual and group market.

“We are concerned that some enrollees, particularly those with certain complex medical conditions, are having trouble accessing in a timely fashion clinically appropriate prescription drugs,” read a preamble to the proposed rules.

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Source: Modern Healthcare

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