Oklahoma Restricts Sale Of Short-Term Plans To Six Months Or Less

September 11, 2018
Updated Story The Oklahoma Department of Insurance released guidance on Friday (Sept. 7) telling insurers that state law restricts the sale of the state's short-term plans to a period of fewer than six months, in contrast to the Trump administration’s new limit of 364 days. The guidance also dictates that the plans be non-renewable when sold in Oklahoma. But, Oklahoma Deputy Commissioner of Health Insurance Mike Rhodes told Inside Health Policy that he is hopeful the state...

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