R.I. requires all health insurers to cover patient copays and expenses for COVID-19 treatment

AT THE PBN 2021 Spring Health Care Summit, R.I. Health Insurance Commissioner Patrick Tigue, top right in the panel screen, discussed how the state is now requiring all health insurance carriers to provide cost-sharing coverage through the pandemic for COVID-19 treatment.
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is now requiring all health insurance carriers operating in the state to cover out-of-pocket expenses for customers who are seeking COVID-19 treatment, through the remainder of the pandemic emergency. The policy, effective April 2, was issued in a health insurance bulletin from the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner. “Continued efforts…

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