Texas Department of Insurance: Proposed Rules Pursuant to SB 1264

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Notice and Rule Proposal: The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) held a public hearing on October 23rd in response to the requirements under SB1264, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, (2019). TDI proposes to amend 28 TAC §§21.5001 – 21.5003, 21.5010 – 21.5013, and 21.5030; repeal §21.5020 and §21.5031, and adopt new §§21.5020 – 21.5023, 21.5040, and 21.5050, concerning out-of-network claim dispute resolution. The amendments and repeals implement Senate Bill 1264. Proposed rules for Senate Bill 1264 can be found by following the link. Background: SB 1264 was signed June 14, giving TDI about 90 days to get a rule proposal published in time to meet the law’s January 1, 2020, implementation date. Substantial efforts have been undertaken to put these important consumer protections in place: TDI is coordinating with other agencies that have roles in implementing SB 1264, which authorizes the appropriate licensing agencies to adopt rules as needed to implement the law a

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