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Legislative Working Group to Advise the Board of the Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association
Active dates:2017 -
The purpose of the working group is to advise the board of the Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association on the adoption of payment parameters and other elements of a reinsurance plan for benefit year 2019.
A legislative working group is established to advise the board of the Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association on the adoption of payment parameters and other elements of a reinsurance plan for benefit year 2019. The commissioner of commerce must provide technical assistance for the working group, and must review and monitor the following to serve as a resource for the working group:
(1) the effectiveness of reinsurance models adopted in Alaska and other states in stabilizing premiums in the individual market and the related costs thereof;
(2) the effect of federal health reform legislation on the Minnesota premium security plan, including but not limited to funding for the plan; and
(3) the status of the health care access fund, and issues relating to its potential continued use as a source of funding for the Minnesota premium security plan.
The chairs and ranking minority members of the senate committees with jurisdiction over commerce, health and human services finance and policy, and human services reform finance and policy and the chairs and ranking minority members of the house of representatives committees with jurisdiction over commerce and regulatory reform, health and human services finance, and health and human services reform.
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