Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 55. State Health Insurance
Section 10. Creation; Membership; Information From Members.
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AS 21.55.010. Creation; Membership; Information From Members.

(a) There is established a nonprofit incorporated legal entity to be known as the Comprehensive Health Insurance Association. Membership consists of all licensed hospital or medical service corporations in the state that offer subscriber contracts for major medical coverage, all health maintenance organizations or other managed care arrangements approved by the director, all licensed self-funded multiple employer welfare arrangements in the state, and all insurers licensed to transact health insurance in the state that offer policies for major medical coverage on an expense incurred basis. All members shall maintain membership in the association as a condition of doing health insurance business, or being able to offer subscriber contracts or enrollment in a health maintenance organization, self-funded multiple employer welfare arrangement, or managed care arrangement in the state.

(b) A member shall submit reports and provide information required by the board or the director to implement this chapter as a condition of transacting business in the state.

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