As the controversy continues over Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey's Omnia health plans, some say it's worth looking at other states to decide how to regulate tiered networks.
In a hearing Monday on the topic of transparency in tiered health insurance plans--such as Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield's Omnia--New Jersey legislators to tackled the daunting task of determining how much insurers should have to disclose when creating new products, according to the American Journal of Managed Care.
New Jersey's acting attorney general said Friday that Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield's Omnia tiered-network plans do not break any state laws, according to NJ.com.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey's tiered provider network, Omnia, has come under heavy criticism over accusations of shutting out major Garden State hospitals. A column in the Newark...
Omina, the two-tiered hospital provider network recently launched by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, is coming under increasing fire for creating a system that many perceive as shutting out some of the state's leading hospitals.
A big New Jersey insurer has created a tiered network from scratch that has excluded many of the state's biggest hospitals, leading executives to engage in behavior ranging from head-scratching to claims of religious discrimination.