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Enrolled House Bill (H)

Authored by

DIGEST

Insurance matters. Updates names of health care provider billing forms. Amends the financial responsibility requirement for a contract carrier that transports railroad employees. Permits the department of insurance and governor to apply for a state innovation waiver under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Provides for reduced limits and removal of commercial umbrella or excess liability coverage and requires notice of a reduction or removal. Repeals the law providing for a multistate surplus lines insurance compact, which has not gone into effect due to an insufficient number of states enacting the legislation. Amends the law concerning taxation of Insurance matters. Updates names of health care provider billing forms. Amends the financial responsibility requirement for a contract carrier that transports railroad employees. Permits the department of insurance and governor to apply for a state innovation waiver under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Provides for reduced limits and removal of commercial umbrella or excess liability coverage and requires notice of a reduction or removal. Repeals the law providing for a multistate surplus lines insurance compact, which has not gone into effect due to an insufficient number of states enacting the legislation. Amends the law concerning taxation of surplus lines producers on business sold to insureds whose home state is Indiana. Corrects a provision of HEA 1143-2018 providing for paper prior authorization requests. Requires health maintenance organizations to be member insurers in the life and health insurance guaranty association. Repeals unnecessary deposit requirements of HMOs to the department of insurance for noncovered healthcare expenditures. Urges the legislative council to assign the issue of bond requirements for public-private agreements for study during the 2018 interim of the general assembly. Resolves conflicts with SEA 341-2018. Makes conforming amendments. ... View more