SB 668, SB 1331, HB 850, HB 946, HB 1403 and a Telemedicine Demonstration

Senate Banking and Insurance Committee

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 9:00 a.m.
East Wing, Hearing room 8E-A

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Consideration of SB 668, SB 1331, HB 850, HB 946, HB 1403 and a Telemedicine Demonstration

HB 850 (Mackensie) – Summary Modifies and updates the Money Transmission Business Licensing Law

Amendment A10013 (White) – SummaryMakes changes to bonding requirements 

HB 1403 (Quinn) – SummaryRequires Life Insurers to check the Social Security Death Master File for deceased policyholders

Amendment A10273 (White) – Summary – Includes a provision to allow the Insurance Commissioner to grant exemptions to companies that have adequately demonstrated a hardship.  The amendment also removes a notification requirement that is inconsistent with current PA escheat laws

HB 946 (Baker) – Summary – Establishes the Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act

Amendment A10274 (White) – Summary – Includes language from HB947 that establishes the Pharmaceutical Transparency Act and makes other technical changes

SB 668 (Alloway) – Summary – Establishes the Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act

Amendment AXXXXX (White) – Summary – Includes language from SB669 that establishes the Pharmaceutical Transparency Act and makes other technical changes

SB 1331 (Reschenthaler) – Summary – Reforms insurance licensure requirements for travel agents

Amendment A09667 (Reschenthaler) – Summary – Changes “purchaser” to “customer” throughout the bill