The Access to Marketplace Insurance Act is bipartisan legislation that would override the CMS guidance on third-party payments and require health insurance companies to accept payments from non-profit organizations that operate in compliance with the False Claims Act.

By creating a carve-out for non-profits to provide premium and cost-sharing assistance under the CMS third-party guidance, the Access to Marketplace Insurance Act would go a long way toward helping patients suffering from devastating diseases access the treatments and services they need to manage their conditions and lead productive lives.