Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) will be hosting a series of Network
Adequacy Listening Sessions. The purpose of these listening sessions will be to
solicit informal feedback from the public, provider communities and insurance
providers as to their informal concerns regarding Network Adequacy for health
plans and policies being sold in Nevada.
issues surrounding network adequacy are complex and will impact consumers in
Nevada significantly as the Division develops a regulatory framework,” said
Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper. “We believe it’s important to hear from
all Nevadans, be they consumers, doctors, hospitals or insurers in these
discussed will include network adequacy for HMO and non-HMO plans; special
considerations for rural community networks; and so called “narrow” networks.
more information about the topics to be discussed please visit http://doi.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/doinvgov/_public-documents/News-Notices/Regulations/Issue-Brief-on-Network-Adequacy.pdf.
the informal feedback received during these informational sessions, formal
regulation workshops and hearings will be held.
join us as we seek feedback on this important issue to Nevadans. Events will be
held throughout the state, please see the attached notices for additional
information. Sessions will be held at the following locations, sessions in Reno
and Elko are pending, please check the Division of Insurance website at
doi.nv.gov for more details:
- 2 p.m.
S. Lola Ln
– 6 p.m.
Hospital Medical Center
Town Center Drive
Vegas, NV 89144
– 11 a.m.
E. Lake Mead Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89030
– 7 p.m.
Health St. Rose Dominican – San Martin Campus
W Warm Springs Rd
Vegas, NV 89113
- 9:30 a.m.
of Employment Training and Rehabilitation
E. St. Louis Ave.
Vegas, NV. 89104
- 2:30 p.m.
C. Dils Medical Center
N Spring St.
7:30 – 9 a.m.
Regional Medical Center
About the Nevada Division of Insurance
The State of
Nevada Division of Insurance is a division of the Nevada Department of Business
and Industry. It is the state agency that protects the rights of Nevada consumers and regulates Nevada’s
$11.2 billion insurance industry. It has offices in Carson
City and Las Vegas. In 2012, the
Division investigated more than 1,900 consumer complaints and recovered nearly $4
million on behalf of consumers. For more information about the Division of
Insurance, visit DOI.NV.GOV.