Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 42. The Insurance Contract
Section 205. Coordination of Benefits.
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AS 21.42.205. Coordination of Benefits.

(a) Unless prohibited by federal law, an insurer authorized under AS 21.09 to offer, issue for delivery, deliver, or renew an individual or group health insurance policy for major medical coverage on an expense incurred basis; a health maintenance organization authorized under AS 21.86 to offer a contract to provide major medical health care services on a prepaid basis; or a service corporation authorized under AS 21.87 to offer or renew an individual or group subscriber's contract for major medical coverage shall include a coordination of benefits provision in a major medical policy or contract.

(b) The director may adopt regulations to implement this section.

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