Consolidated Appropriations Act Gag Clause Attestation

2023-12-14T16:29:42+00:00

The Consolidated Appropriations Act requires self-insured plan sponsors to file a gag clause attestation with CMS using the HIOS system no later than December 31st, 2023. A gag clause is any contractual term that prohibit health plan sponsors and plan issuers from having any agreements with a healthcare provider, a network, an association of providers, [...]

Consolidated Appropriations Act Gag Clause Attestation2023-12-14T16:29:42+00:00

Gag Clause Attestations – Diversified Group Course of Action

2023-09-20T16:30:24+00:00

Before December 31, 2023, self-insured plan sponsors are required to file a gag clause attestation with CMS using the HIOS system. For self-insured clients, uploading the attestation is a plan sponsor responsibility under the Consolidated Appropriations Act. However, Diversified Group will submit the attestations to CMS on behalf of our clients in time to meet the [...]

Gag Clause Attestations – Diversified Group Course of Action2023-09-20T16:30:24+00:00

Consolidated Appropriations Act Transparency Tool – Employer Action Required

2022-12-23T17:54:59+00:00

As you are aware, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, via the Transparency in Coverage Rules (TIC), requires health plans to have an online tool to compare prices for 500 designated “shoppable” services by January 1, 2023. The internet-based tool must allow plan enrollees to search for information by certain elements, such as billing codes, descriptive terms, [...]

Consolidated Appropriations Act Transparency Tool – Employer Action Required2022-12-23T17:54:59+00:00

No Surprises Act Model Notice

2021-11-03T17:44:50+00:00

Per the No Surprises Act (NSA), a component of the Consolidated Appropriations Act passed in December of 2020, beginning with renewals on or after January 1, 2022, health plans and health issuers offering group and individual health insurance coverage must issue a plain language notice regarding employee’s rights under the No Surprises Act. The notice [...]

No Surprises Act Model Notice2021-11-03T17:44:50+00:00
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