House Committee on Health Care Reform, Select - 88th R.S. (2023)
- Study reducing the impact of excessive health care costs on the efficacy of government-sponsored health plans and the private health insurance market, including the corresponding impact on individuals, businesses, and state government.
- Study improving health care affordability, including factors such as transparency, competition, and patient incentives.
- Study reducing the impact of government benefit, administrative, and contractual coverage mandates and the corresponding impact on employer and consumer premiums and out-of-pocket costs.
- Study improving access to affordable, quality, and comprehensive health care, especially for low-income and at-risk populations.
- Study improving access to and affordability of prescription drugs.
- Study improving outreach to families with children who are eligible for Medicaid or CHIP, including children in rural areas.
- Study reducing the impact of delayed care on the state's health care delivery system, health care costs, and patient health outcomes.
Appointed by Speaker Dade Phelan 2/8/2023, pursuant to Rule 1, Section 16(b), House Rules.
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