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General definitions; Contract requirements; Contract access
Definitions; Permitted Disclosures by Providers; Coverage of Benefit or Service; Payment of Provider, Application; Provider Credentialing; Provider Directories; Preferred Provider Agreement Prohibitions; Insurer Payment to Insured for Service Rendered by Noncontracted Provider; Requirements; Fully Credentialed Provider Reimbursement; Requirements
Group accident and health insurance
Certification of network plans
Qualified health plan participation — Reimbursement rate for other health plans
Prohibition-Most favored nation clause
Uses most favored nation (MFN) clauses in physician managed-care contracts. Dominant health insurers can force physicians to give discounts to the dominant insurer that the physician may have given to other insurers or payers. This model bill prohibits health insurers from putting MFN clauses in physician contracts.
Prohibited contract provisions related to reimbursement rates