WASHINGTON, D.C. – In May, the ERO Enterprise released guidance that provided additional regulatory relief related to registered entities’ coronavirus response and temporarily expanded the Self-Logging Program. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the ERO Enterprise is extending this expansion until the end of Q1 2021, to allow all registered entities to self-log instances of potential noncompliance with minimal or moderate risk related to their coronavirus response.
Additionally, in March, the ERO Enterprise postponed on-site audits and other on-site activities through the end of 2020. This date has further been extended until the end of Q1 2021. This will allow registered entities to continue to focus their resources on keeping their workforces safe and the lights on. In coordination with registered entities, the ERO Enterprise has had success throughout 2020 in coordinating remote virtual audits and other activities that were originally scheduled to be on-site in 2020. The ERO Enterprise will return to on-site activities as it becomes safe to do so, and in a manner that prioritizes risk.
During this challenging time, the ERO Enterprise recognizes the importance of prioritizing the health and safety of personnel and the continued reliability and security of the bulk power system. We will continue to evaluate the circumstances based on risk and safety priorities to determine whether additional guidance and extensions are needed.
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Group Health Plan Transparency in Coverage Files
This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.