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Narrow Networks Face Fresh Scrutiny: Can They Pass the Adequacy Test?
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Sept. 29, 2015

"Narrow networks mean lower premiums. Now, state insurance commissioners are wrestling with how they should be regulated so that insurers stay solvent and consumers are protected.... The [Network Adequacy Subgroup of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)] is working out the details, word by painful word, of a new model network adequacy law. The effort updates a 1996 version that has become badly outdated as insurance products have evolved and the narrow network has become increasingly common."

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