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The Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) is preparing to begin rulemaking on mental health parity specifically for
HB 3046 enacted during the 2021 Legislative Session. The bill provides clarity on the services covered underneath mental health parity and specifies requirements for the use of nonquantitative treatment limits. It also requires insurers to conduct an analysis and report to the DCBS on several factors related to coverage, claims handling, utilization management, comparison to medical/surgical benefits, and reimbursement.
Recently adopted rule ID 1-2022 Behavioral health benefit reporting requirements, Or Laws 2021, ch 629
RAC committee members and staff
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Brooke HallSenior Policy AdvisorBrooke.M.Hall@dcbs.oregon.gov Phone: 503-910-7969
Lisa Emerson Senior Health Insurance Programs AnalystLisa.Emerson@dcbs.oregon.govPhone: 971-719-6164
Karen WinkelRules CoordinatorKaren.J.Winkel@dcbs.oregon.gov Phone: 503-947-7694
Wed. Aug. 24, 2022 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Due to technical difficulties, there is no video or audio recording of this meeting. View written meeting transcript
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