Dec 182018
 
 December 18, 2018  Posted by  Healthcare, Laws, U.S., Workplace

Kaitlin Schroeder reports on what appears to be a very controversial proposed law:

A proposed Ohio law could help small businesses shop for affordable health insurance by letting them see details on expensive health insurance claims, though critics say it would violate employee medical privacy.


For employees with a claim that’s $30,000 or more, Senate Bill 227 will allow insurers to provide companies the amount paid toward that claim and the health condition being treated.

Read more on Dayton Daily News.

Related:  Information on SB 227, including text of bill and analysis.

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