Carrier stances on 2023 gag attestations

    Authored by Bukaty Companies on November 6, 2023

    The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) gag clause prohibition requires issuers and plan sponsors to attest that any agreements they enter with health care providers, third-party administrators or other service providers will not contain language restricting access to cost and quality of care information. Compliance requires submission of a Gag Clause Prohibition Compliance Attestation (GCPCA) by December 31, 2023, from the plan and/or issuer. 

    Carriers have varying approaches to completing gag attestations. See below for a list of current carrier stances. Bukaty Companies will continue to monitor carrier announcements and update this page as necessary. 

    Plan sponsors responsible for completing the attestation on their own behalf can follow Bukaty Companies How-To Guide. 

    For additional information and support, contact your Bukaty benefits consultant or support team.


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