The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Dec. 28 issued a proposed rule that would implement for 2023 the standards governing health insurance issuers and the Health Insurance Marketplaces. In the rule, CMS proposes updating the qualified health plan network adequacy standards and review process and increasing the essential community provider threshold. CMS also proposes new standardized plan options, changes to the risk adjustment models and risk adjustment data verification methodology, and a number of policies intended to advance health equity.

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