TITLE 27
Insurance

CHAPTER 27-42
Jurisdiction to Determine Jurisdiction of Providers of Health Care Benefits

SECTION 27-42-6


§ 27-42-6 Disclosure.

Any production agency or administrator including, but not limited to, any insurance producer licensed under chapter 2.4 of this title, which advertises, sells, transacts, or administers the coverage in this state described in § 27-42-2 and which, under § 27-42-4, is unable to show that it is subject to the jurisdiction of another department of this state, any subdivision of this state, or the federal government shall, if that coverage is not fully insured or fully covered by a domestic insurance company incorporated by the general assembly and subject to chapter 1 of this title, or a foreign insurance company licensed to do business in Rhode Island and subject to chapter 2 of this title, non-profit service corporation, as defined in chapters 19, 20, 20.1, or 20.2 of this title, or nonprofit health service corporation incorporated by the general assembly or a health maintenance organization licensed under chapter 41 of title 27, advise every purchaser, prospective purchaser, and covered person of the lack of insurance or other coverage. Any administrator which advertises or administers the coverage in this state described in § 27-42-2 and which, under § 27-42-4, is unable to show that it is subject to the jurisdiction of another department of this state, any subdivision of this state, or the federal government, shall advise any production agency of the elements of the coverage including the amount of "stop loss" insurance in effect.

History of Section.
(P.L. 1984, ch. 177, § 1.)