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It would be of value if a link to the actual bill were included. Heaven is in the details.
What is the punishment? How is it adjudicated? Does it require a "clean" application, and who defines if it is clean?
If all it does is put a time limit, might the insurer just deny the applicant?
Most physicians are hesitant to make a diagnosis without the needed information, they are hesitant to support legislation without knowing the details.
I completely agree that the credentialing process is unnecessarily long and opaque. There is no reason that the process should take many, many months. I speak from recent experience, having dealt with government agencies and private insurers who move at the speed of a glacier.
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