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The 190th General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Hearing DetailsJoint Committee on Financial Services

Agenda

Bill Bill Title Sponsor
S.509  An Act relative to insurance companies and quality measures Cynthia S. Creem
S.513  An Act relative to access to vital healthcare information Viriato M. deMacedo
S.517  An Act relative to transparency for mental health parity Kenneth J. Donnelly
S.525  An Act requiring insurance coverage for emergency psychiatric services James B. Eldridge
S.529  An Act relative to administrative simplification Linda Dorcena Forry
S.552  An Act relative to the continuity of care of mental health treatment Barbara A. L'Italien
S.572  An Act relative to payments for use of ambulance services Patrick M. O'Connor
H.484  An Act relative to the continuity of care of mental health treatment Ruth B. Balser
H.486  An Act to require health care coverage for the emergency psychiatric services Ruth B. Balser
H.487  An Act relative to the transparency of mental health benefits Ruth B. Balser
H.489  An Act ensuring appropriate allotment of risk Jennifer E. Benson
H.499  An Act relative to payments for use of ambulance services James M. Cantwell
H.523  An Act relative to uncollected co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles Carole A. Fiola
H.547  An Act relative to the cancellation of certain health insurance policies Louis L. Kafka
H.548  An Act relative to the health insurance of children of divorced parents Louis L. Kafka
H.1198  An Act promoting HMO billing flexibility Paul McMurtry
H.2165  An Act ensuring consumer choice of health care providers Carolyn C. Dykema
H.2175  An Act relative to access to vital healthcare information Kate Hogan
H.2201  An Act relative to qualified health plans Daniel J. Ryan
H.2958  An Act to extend coverage for any willing provider to qualify as a mental health professional Sheila C. Harrington
H.2972  An Act relative to pediatric plans of care David M. Nangle
H.3573  An Act relative to long-term care payment options Paul McMurtry
H.3728  An Act relative to disproportionate share and geographically isolated hospitals Joseph D. McKenna