SYVERSON-RADOGNO-BURZYNSKI-CRONIN-LAUZEN, SIEBEN AND O'MALLEY.
Creates the Managed Care Reform Act of 1998. Provides for the
regulation of managed care plans by the Department of Insurance.
Creates specific patient rights to disclosure, quality of care, and
confidentiality. Prohibits restraints on communications between
physicians and patients. Requires the establishment of grievance
procedures. Requires utilization review programs to register with the
Department of Insurance. Effective January 1, 1999.
98-02-20 S FIRST READING
98-02-20 S REFERRED TO SENATE RULES COMMITTEE RULES
98-03-04 S ADDED AS A CHIEF CO-SPONSOR RADOGNO
98-03-04 S ADDED AS A CHIEF CO-SPONSOR BURZYNSKI
98-03-04 S ADDED AS A CHIEF CO-SPONSOR CRONIN
98-03-24 S ADDED AS A CHIEF CO-SPONSOR LAUZEN
98-03-25 S ADDED AS A CO-SPONSOR SIEBEN
98-03-25 S ADDED AS A CO-SPONSOR O'MALLEY
99-01-12 S SESSION SINE DIE
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