There shall be a special commission to investigate and study the role of the connector in providing access to health insurance products. The commission shall examine the connector's utilization of private sector entities, including insurance brokers, and shall investigate ways to promote efficient enrollment of uninsured individuals into health insurance and prevent unnecessary duplications in the market. The commission shall consist of the house and senate chairs of the joint committee on financial services and the house and senate chairs of the joint committee on health care financing, 1 member of the house who shall be appointed by the minority leader and 1 member of the senate who shall be appointed by the minority leader. The commission shall report its findings and recommendations, including any recommendations for proposed legislation, at least annually, to the clerks of the senate and house of representatives.
Directs a study to examine the Connector use of brokers.
M.G.L. Chapter 176Q, section 15A, added by section 41 of Chapter 205 of the Acts of 2007