Monday, August 4, 2014

California Considers Marketplace for Vision Insurance

“The California Legislature is considering a plan to establish a statewide marketplace for vision insurance that would be separate from but linked to Covered California,” according to a post on California Healthline. “AB 1877, by Assembly member Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova), calls for the state to create a vision care access council that would contract with insurers to provide stand-alone coverage for vision care. The council and its processes would be modeled after the state's new health insurance exchange and would seek to establish links to Covered California.” Read more.

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