ALBANY, N.Y.--A roundtable discussion will be held by the New York Senate Health Committee on Monday to discuss out-of-network insurance coverage.
Members will focus on legislative proposals that would enable New Yorkers to continue to be able to purchase health coverage that lets them see the physician of their choice.
"We have multi-billion dollar insurance companies that are seeing record profits, a healthcare system that is broken and forcing doctors out of this state in droves, and blue-collar families that are being held over the barrel by insufficient networks and coverage," said Senator Greg Ball. "This is reaching a critical level, we cannot wait another year for both houses to pass this important bill and submit it to the Governor for his immediate signature."
The roundtable will take place at 10 a.m. on Monday at the NYS Capitol Building.