Thomas W. Faist, Esq. Daniel L. Colacino James D. Schutzer
Legislative Counsel Legislative Co-Chair Legislative Co-Chair

 

 

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2016 Legislative session - NYSAHU Letters of Support and Memos in Opposition

Memo in Oppostion to Single Payer
S.3525 (Perkins) / A.5062 (Gottfried) - An act to amend the public health law and the state finance law, in relation to establishing New York Health
 
 
Memo in Opposition to Mandated Maternal Depression Screening by Pediatric Providers
S.7881 (Krueger) / A.10066 (Richardson) - An act to amend the public health law and the insurance law, in relation to maternal depression screening and referral performed by a provider of pediatric services
 
 
Memo in Opposition to Health Insurance Guaranty Fund
S.6667 (Valesky) / A.9311 (Gottfried) - An act to amend the insurance law and the state finance law, in relation to creating the health insurance guaranty fund
 
 
Memo in Support of Anti-Rebating Exceptions
S.1672 (Seward) / A.666 (Hevesi) - An act to amend the insurance law, in relation to exceptions to the general prohibition on rebating
 
 
Memo in Support of PACE Act Conformity
S.7104 (Seward) - AN ACT to amend the insurance law, in relation to the definition of small group; and to repeal section 7 of chapter 12 of the laws of 2015 relating to directing the superintendent of financial services to contract with an independent entity to conduct an assessment regarding the impact of the prohibition on the sale of stop loss, catastrophic and reinsurance coverage to the small group market relating thereto


Memo in Support of Wellness Programs
S.853 (Klein) / A.4238 (Gjonaj) - An act to amend the insurance law and the public health law, in relation to making actuarially appropriate reductions in health insurance premiums in return for an enrollee’s or insured’s participation in a qualified wellness program

 

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