State by State Guide to Managed Care Law simplifies and expedites yourresearch by giving you immediate access to key court decisions, state managedcare policies and practices, and extensive citations to codes and regulations- for all 50 states. Identify your issue in the index and turn to the pageindicated.
You'll find current, authoritative information that can help you to:Evaluate baseline quality standardsDetermine when managed care enrollees have access to providersEstablish guidelines for collection and disclosure of financial informationArm yourself to tackle the complicated issue of prescription drugsEnsure that the managed care organization recognizes patients' and providers'due process rightsThe 2012 State by State Guide to Managed Care Law includes the following newand updated materials:Coverage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (H.R. 3590)and its potential effect on various state HMO coverage mandatesUpdates to administrative requirements for group HMOs for 10 statesAddition of point-of-service option information for West VirginiaUpdates to continuity of care requirements for four statesAddition of Kentucky laws on clinical trials coverageUpdates to laws on generic therapeutic substitutions by pharmacists for fivestatesAddition of Wisconsin law requiring coverage for prescription contraceptivesUpdates to laws for 11 states on coverage of drugs and prosthesesUpdates to external review requirements for five states
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