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Annual Filing Instructions
Population Density by Zip Code
2019 Executive Summary Form Filings
Please note: the information contained in the executive summary forms provided below has not yet been reviewed by MIA staff for accuracy or completeness. The preliminary information reported below may be subject to change after the MIA completes its review of the 2019 access plans.
QUESTION (November 28, 2016)
QUESTION: (November 7, 2016)The Maryland Insurance Administration has heard from several people that metrics based on numbers per population of members is not an effective way to measure access to care. What other ways might the MIA develop quantifiable criteria if metrics (such as x number of specialty providers per x number of members) are not used?Please email your answers and comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
QUESTIONS: (August 1, 2016)
In an effort to ensure the most effective use of time, MIA staff request that your verbal and written testimony address the topic listed on the agenda for each meeting.
QUESTION: (July 13, 2016)Should Maryland follow the network adequacy standards required of carriers participating on the federal exchange? Why or why not?
Please email your answers and comments to: email@example.com
The Deadline for comments is our last scheduled monthly network adequacy meeting.
Please submit your comments by close of business May 8, 2017. Comments may be submitted lectronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail to:
Lisa Larson, Assistant Director of Regulatory AffairsMaryland Insurance Administration200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700Baltimore, MD 21202
Comments Received in response to Draft Regulations
Title 31 Maryland Insurance AdministrationSubtitle 10 Health Insurance - General31.10.44 Network AdequacyClick HERE to view the Proposed RegulationsComments Received in response to the Proposed Regulations
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