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Insurance, Health

14RS

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medications, higher copayment, coinsurance, or deductible for self-administered, prohibit - SB 148; SB 148: SCS
medications, higher copayment, prohibition of - HB 126: SCS
Art therapists, add to definition of "health care provider." - HB 482: HFA (1)
Cancer, breast or ovarian, coverage of genetic testing for BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations, required - HB 190
Chiropractor, add to definition of "participating provider" - HB 73: SCS
Covered
services, limitation of geographic location - SB 148: HCS
services, limitation of geographical location - HB 125: FCCR; HB 362: HCS
services, limitation of geographical location prohibited - HB 362
Electronic health records system, state - SCR 18; HCR 46; HB 125: FCCR; HCR 133: SFA (1)
Foster children, medical care, provide for - SB 191
GAP losses, reimbursement repealed - SB 236
Governor and Executive Cabinet, end coverage and benefits effective 1/1/2015 - HB 106
Group pools, formation of - HB 306
Health
care provider, amend definition - HB 482
service plans,unencumbered reserve or surplus on dues and fees, remove cap - HB 126
Insurance policy changes, establish procedures for - SB 185
Legislators, end paid state coverage and benefits effective 1/1/2015 - HB 106
Limited Health Service Benefit Plan, prescription eye drop refills, coverage of - SB 118: SCS
Managed
care plan, filing of terms and conditions for providers, require - HB 73; HB 125: FCCR
health care plans, filing, requirements of - HB 73: SCA (1), SFA (1)
Medicare supplemental policies, individuals under the age of 65, required for - HB 499
Office of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange, establish - HB 505
Out-of state health benefit plans, purchase of - HB 306
Out-of-network
providers, geographic limitation of network - SB 148: HCS; HB 125: FCCR; HB 362: HCS
providers, geographic limitation of network prohibited - HB 362
Penalties and fines, not to be used to compel participation - HB 302
Personnel Cabinet, public employee health options, health flexible spending account to, addition of - HB 138; HB 138: HCS
Preauthorization, non-formulary drugs, requirements for pharmacy benefit managers - SB 73; SB 73: SCS, SFA (1); HB 362: SCS
Prescription eye drop refills, coverage of - SB 118; SB 118: SCS
Public employees, Personnel Cabinet to offer plan option equivalent to Medicaid benefits - HB 150
School district employees, state-funded contribution, eligibility for - HB 26
Tiered
formulary, establish an exceptions process. - HB 578
formulary, specialty drugs copayment and coinsurance maximum requirements - HB 578

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