The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, including the No Surprises Act2, ushers in new federal mandates, such as those designed to prevent surprise medical bills. And, as provisions in the Transparency in Coverage Rule3 make healthcare price information publicly accessible, consumers will gain even more information to make informed healthcare decisions.
For plan years beginning Jan. 1, 2022, the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule requires non-grandfathered, employer-sponsored group health benefit plans to disclose information in machine-readable files on a public website and to update them monthly. Files are required for in-network rates and out-of-network allowed amounts and billed amounts. The links below provide access to the required information for customers and covered members of Trustmark Small Business Benefits and Allstate Benefits.
TRUSTMARK SMALL BUSINESS BENEFITS - for Employers and Employees & Dependents covered under level-funded health insurance plans administered by Trustmark Insurance Company, Inc.
Allstate Benefits/National General - for Employers and Employees & Dependents covered under level-funded health insurance plans administered by Allstate Benefits