On June 1, 2018, Governor Murphy signed P.L. 2018, c. 32. This law, among other things, restricts out-of-network billing in certain situations; requires providers to notify patients of certain insurance-related information and post a list of standard charges for the provider’s services; mandates that carriers provide certain information to patients; and permits arbitration to resolve disputes between providers, carriers, and patients.
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The New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy licenses massage and body work therapists and massage and body work therapist employers.
The purpose of the Board is to:
- protect the health, safety and welfare of the people of New Jersey;
- regulate the practice of massage and body work therapy; and
- ensure that massage and body work therapy is performed in compliance with State law.
The Board protects the public by:
- making sure that massage and body work therapists meet all educational requirements for licensure;
- investigating and prosecuting massage and body work therapists who have broken the state's consumer protection laws; and
- requiring all massage and body work therapists to be licensed by the state and to renew their licenses every two years.