Attorneys Melissa Borrelli, John Puente, and Jeremy Avila speak at the 2024 California Association of Health Plans’ regularly scheduled legal and regulatory forum.

At 10:30 a.m., Melissa and John co-present “MHPAEA NQTL Compliance: Updates and Example Analysis.” Topics include:

  • The policy and purpose of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Act (MHPAEA)
  • Overview of the MHPAEA requirements
  • Updates regarding recent regulatory requirements and guidance and court cases regarding MHPAEA
  • Deep dive into the required non-quantitative treatment limits (“NQTL”) aspects of the MHPAEA, including definition, examples of NQTLs, and walkthrough of an analysis regarding one NQTL

At 12:00 p.m., Jeremy presents “California’s Office of Health Care Affordability: Perspectives on Future Enforcement & Connecting the Dots.” Topics include:

  • Overview of California’s Office of Health Care Affordability (OHCA)
  • OHCA’s authorizing statutes, regulations, and proposed regulatory amendments
  • Examining similar efforts at the national level to preserve competition and consumer access in the health care industry
  • Identifying different theories of enforcement and areas where health care entities should expect government action to enforce OHCA’s mandate

CAHP is a statewide trade association representing public and private health care plans that provide coverage to nearly 28 million Californians. For more information, please contact the speakers or visit CAHP’s website.

Event Detail

Sacramento, CA

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