NY Managed Care Act

New York’s Managed Care Reform Act, enacted in 1997, is the most far-reaching legislation to regulate health plans in the country. The law established utilization review standards for all managed care plans, standardized grievance and appeals procedures, and requirements for providing all enrollees and potential enrollees with detailed descriptions of a managed care plan’s benefits and coverage.

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