Health Maintenance Organizations are being ordered by the Legislature to stop delaying payment of consumers’ bills. A prompt pay bill has been sent to Governor Holden for his signature – a bill requiring payment of claims to start within fifteen days after they are filed – unless the company needs more information. In time, penalties could kick-in for non-compliance. Those supporting the legislation say insurance companies make a lot of money by delaying payments.
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