HB 1167: Renal Disease
GENERAL BILL by Pafford ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Flores ; Schwartz
Renal Disease; Prohibits insurer that covers dialysis treatment for patients who have end-stage renal disease from requiring insured to travel more than specified number of minutes to obtain dialysis treatment or from requiring insured to change to another dialysis provider; prohibits insurer that provides coverage for dialysis treatment from shifting responsibility for reimbursement in coverage type to another payor, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 House - Died in Committee on Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC); Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs Policy (GGPC); Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC); General Government Policy Council
• Introduced, referred to Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC); Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs Policy (GGPC); Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC); General Government Policy Council -HJ 00104
• Died in Committee on Health Care Regulation Policy (HFPC)
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