Quest Analytics Legislative Brief

Federal Court Vacates 2019 Payment Notice on Federal Review of Network Adequacy

Will Network Adequacy oversight change within the Federally Facilitated Exchange?

On March 4, 2021, a Federal District Court in Maryland ruled in the City of Columbus, et al. v. Norris Cochran et al. lawsuit to vacate four provisions related to the 2019 Benefit Payment and Parameters rule. Perhaps the most significant change was the provision on the Federal Review of Network Adequacy.

Download our legislative brief to learn more about changes coming to qualified health plans (QHP) and how Quest Analytics can assist you with meeting new Network Adequacy standards.

Federal Court Vacates 2019 Rule on Federal Review of Network Adequacy
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