§ 27-41-58. Prohibition against requiring indemnification from dentists.
No contract between a health maintenance organization (H.M.O.) and a dentist containing provisions for the provision of services to patients may require that the dentist indemnify or hold harmless the health maintenance organization for any expenses and liabilities, including without limitation, judgments, settlements, attorneys' fees, court costs, and any associated charges, incurred in connection with any claim or action brought against the H.M.O. based on the H.M.O.'s management decisions, or utilization review provisions for any patient.
(P.L. 1999, ch. 481, § 5.)